Jane Haslem opened the first commercial art gallery in North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in 1960. In 1964 she sold that gallery and moved with her family to Madison, WI and opened another gallery. She continued to operate in Madison and moved to Washington in 1969 and operated both galleries until 1973.
The DC gallery had three locations until it found its present home in Dupont Circle, just across from the Phillips Collection. The Dupont Circle gallery was built in 1886 and housed the Holton Arms School until after the turn of the last century.
American print innovators are the specialty of Haslem Gallery.
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