About Kiechel Fine Art

Since 1986, Kiechel Fine Art has specialized in contemporary and 20th century Regionalist art. KFA represents the John Steuart Curry Estate and is a premier source for work by Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood. We have shown work in numerous museum exhibitions, as well as art shows in throughout the United States, including New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and St. Louis.  We strive to share our passion for art by expanding our collection to bring the best quality pieces to our clients.

SPECIALTY IN REGIONALISM
In 1934, Time Magazine coined the term “Regionalist” to describe a group of American artists dedicated to painting the American scene. With their paintings of everyday American life, history and folklore, John Steuart Curry, Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood became the acknowledged leaders of this movement. KFA is proud represent the John Steuart Curry Estate and work with the Thomas Hart Benton Trust.

PRIVATE COLLECTORS
From the experienced to the novice collector, KFA offers a range of personalized services to accommodate individual interests and needs. We provide at-home consultations, appraisals and auction services. Our work with experts in various fields keeps us at the forefront of the art industry.

CORPORATE COLLECTORS
Kiechel Fine Art works with corporations to provide quality art within a specified budget and design format. With clients such as Con Agra, Sprint, and Hallmark of Kansas City as well as banks, hospitals, law firms, we pride ourselves on our ability to meet each unique need. KFA has placed work in museums nationwide, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City; the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.; the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City; and the Joslyn Museum in Omaha and the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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