WESTON GALLERY Est. 1975 Gallery Storefront in Carmel, California

Gallery Storefront in Carmel, California


Established in 1975, the Weston Gallery is owned and operated by Matthew Weston (a grandson of Edward Weston) and his wife Davika "Davi" Weston. The Weston Gallery was founded by Margaret “Maggi” Weston and opened with a one-man show of the works, and at the urging of her dear friend, Ansel Adams. Along with a handful of pioneering photographic dealers, Maggi's role as a gallerist has played a critical role in the creation of today's photographic market.

We are a world leader in the field of fine vintage and contemporary photography. This position of leadership stems from our deep dedication to the medium and we deal specifically in photographs as works of art. We emphasize those works which we feel are important to the overall history of 19th, modernist and 20th, as well as contemporary photography. We are fortunate to have an extensive inventory and a wealth of knowledge to assist any collector. Please contact us for general or specific inquires.

At this time, we are not accepting new artist submissions. We cannot be held responsible for returning unsolicited works. Thank you.




Whether you're just staring out in the art of collecting, or have been doing so for many years, we are here to help with any questions you may have. The Weston Gallery has helped build and curate public, private, corporate and museum collections. Click the button below for some collecting questions...and their answers!

Three framed (in brown wood) vintage photographs from the 19th century are featured on a wall, lit from above. It is a photograph of one of our back galleries.

A number of black and white photographs hang on the wall, all framed in black and hard to see what the subjects are. This is meant to display a method of hanging and promote selling and consigning with us. There are three 8 x 10 approx. inch photographs matted and framed to 16 x 20 approximately. They are evenly spaced on two walls, two separated by two 8 x 10 (16 x 20 matted) hanging above one another. To the right are two very small contact prints about 4 x 5 and then four even smaller works about 2 x 3 inches, all framed a bit larger and hanging in a column, followed by the one 8 x 10 inch and finally Paul Strand works about 4 x 5 and hanging in a column.


If you have fine art photographs you are considering selling, please think of us. We are always looking for iconic works by master photographers to add to our collection or find the perfect home for. Please contact one of our specialists today.




We are here to help answer any questions you may have. While we specialize in the field of 19th century, vintage and modernist works, we represent some of the most important contemporary artists of our time. We have built numerous corporate, public and private collections. Whether you already have an extensive inventory, and are looking for us to source a rare piece, or you are just getting started in collecting, we look forward to working with you. We also welcome corporate inquires for commissions, special projects and installations.

A wall of Ansel Adams works hang in our gallery all black and white. At left is a Sunrise Mount Tom with a white mountain in the back, a dark mountain in front of that and a tree to left very sculptural; then a photograph of Moon and Half Dome made at Yosemite, CA which shows the mountain and its cliff side at right, a black mountain at left and a moon hanging in the sky in the center. A black and white Winter Sunrise and the Sierra Nevada follows with a horse highlighted by the sun in the center right; two works one of tree trunks, mostly black and white trunks hangs above “Silverton, Colorado” which shows the front of a number of buildings with the mountain in the back. Finally Dogwood Blossoms is a close-up still life of dogwood blossoms, very white and dark background, high-key contrast.