Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Presents: ART of WAR

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art presents its latest gallery exhibition, ART of WAR. It features over a dozen bronze helmets, breastplates and other pieces of armor and runs from December 10, 2015 through February 27, 2016. - December 09, 2015

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Presents: PAX ROMANA

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art is pleased to announce, “PAX ROMANA,” an exhibition than focuses on the prosperity of the typical citizen of the Roman Empire during the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. “PAX ROMANA” features objects of daily life, personal items and decorative items of wealthy Romans. - September 14, 2015

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Presents: Egyptian Summer

Gallery exhibition on ancient Egyptian art. The show provides a broad view into the majestic art of ancient Egypt from the Age of the Pyramids through the reign of Cleopatra. - June 01, 2015

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Presents: Symposium

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art gallery exhibition exploring ancient wine and revelry. - April 11, 2015

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Presents the Face of Antiquity

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art is pleased to announce its inaugural show “the face of antiquity.” The exhibition explores the widely varied depictions of the human face in ancient art. The show includes images produced by artists from various ancient European, North African, Western Asian,... - February 07, 2015

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Relocates to Gallery in Chelsea

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art is pleased to announce the relocation of its ancient art gallery to the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. After nine years on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the gallery is moving to the center of New York’s robust art market. Hixenbaugh Ancient... - January 22, 2015

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Presents Ramesside Period Egyptian Ushabtis

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art announces the recent acquisition of over thirty ancient objects. Included in new acquisitions are 23 New Kingdom servant figures (called Shabtis or Ushabtis) and 12 ancient cylinder seals. Ushabtis, ancient Egyptian mummiform statuettes, have long fascinated Egyptologists... - October 08, 2014

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art Unveils Rare and Important Ancient Neo-Assyrian Royal Armor

2,800 Year-Old Helmet and Quiver are examples of the Military Prowess of an Ancient Superpower - November 15, 2011

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