Héloïse B. (Ginger) Levit's atelier is a private art gallery open by appointment and by invitation to corporate and private collectors, interior designers, journalists and museum professionals. The gallery is located at 419 Dellbrooks Place, Richmond, Virginia 23238 in Riverlake Colony, in the far west end of Henrico County . Interested art lovers may view a selection of paintings by going to the web site www.gingerlevit.com or by emailing email@example.com. to arrange an appointment.
The Ginger Levit atelier offers a wide range of fine oil paintings and works on paper, including watercolors, gouaches and Old Master prints. The atelier features the work of the best Virginia and regional artists and sculptors along the East Coast as well as numerous 17th to 20th century significant French and American paintings. Special emphasis is given to the French Barbizon painters, forerunners of French and American Impressionism.
The focus is on finding fine art for the discerning collector—from a single painting to an entire corporate collection.
About Ginger Levit
Mrs. Levit holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master's degree in French from the University of Richmond and a Master's degree in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University. She also has studied Art History in Perugia and Florence, Italy and at La Sorbonne and the Ecole du Louvre in Paris. Therefore, older paintings are carefully researched and documented for accurate pricing.
She is a frequent lecturer and writes award-winning articles about art, antiques and travel for Antique Week, Fine Art Connoisseur, Antiques and the Arts, STYLE, 50 Plus and other publications. She recently taught French at VCU. Ginger Levit’s award-winning radio broadcasts on the arts have been heard on 38 public non-profit and commercial radio stations throughout the Commonwealth; Picasso Minute was broadcast statewide in March 2011.
Ginger Levit is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and many other Who’s Who publications. She was Présidente of the Alliance Française de Richmond, Châpitre Rochambeau in 2013 and 2014 and she organized La Table Française 20 years ago to present prestigious scholars discussing French culture while dining on a French dinner. In 2009 she was named an Influential Woman of Virginia, sponsored by Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The awards program recognizes the outstanding efforts and notable contributions of women in the commonwealth in all fields.