About the Gallery
Donald Ellis Gallery is widely considered the internationally pre-eminent dealer in the field of historical Native American art. Founded in 1976, the gallery maintains a particular emphasis on the art of the Northwest Coast, Inuit and Plains cultures. The gallery’s inventory includes important historical works of art by Indigenous artists from most of North America, including the Yup’ik, Haida, Tlingit, Tsimshian and Navajo, as well as a small but significant collection of prehistoric ivories and contemporary Inuit art. The gallery regularly exhibits at major international art fairs, including Frieze Masters, London; the Armory Show, New York; Frieze, New York; TEFAF, Maastricht and TEFAF, New York.