peter rose gallery, new york city gallery, 200 east 58 street, nyc, ny 10022, 212.759.8173
contemporary art: painting, sculpture, mixed media
prints: silkscreens, lithographs, etchings
19th century art work
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recent exhibits:clement meadmore, bozidar kemperle
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ARTISTS CARRIED
BY PETER ROSE GALLERY

SCULPTORS:
CLEMENT MEADMORE
BOZIDAR KEMPERLE
PETER LIPMAN-WULF
ITZIK BENSHALOM
PATRICIA LEIGHTON
DEL GEIST

PAINTERS:
PAT HAMMERMAN
JOHN MANNING
MARJORIE PORTNOW
JACK ROTH
RICHARDS RUBEN
JON SCHUELER
DAVID SIMPSON
NANCY WISSEMANN-WIDRIG
ANATOLI ZVEREV

MIXED MEDIA :
PAT HAMMERMAN

19TH CENTURY:
HENRY JUTSUM

LITHOGRAPHS :
IVOR ABRAHAMS
LARRY RIVERS
NORMAN ROCKWELL
ANTONI TAPIES
GEORGE TZANNES
STOW WENGENROTH

ETCHINGS:
TERENCE MILLINGTON
RICHARD CLAUDE ZIEMANN

SILKSCREENS :
DIANE BURKO
AL CAPP
LYNN CHADWICK
ROBERT DASH
KNOX MARTIN
IRENE MOSS
ROBERT MOTHERWELL
JOHN PIPER
DAVID SIMPSON
VICTOR VASARELY
ESTEBAN VICENTE
GERD WINNER
ADJA YUNKERS
LARRY ZOX

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clement meadmore's sculpture Three Up

 

PETER ROSE GALLERY

Contemporary art dealers interior design dealers and registered appraisers operating out of New York City and Taos, New Mexico. We handle sculptures, paintings, mixed media, photography, prints, lithographs and etchings. Our collection features artists such as:

Clement Meadmore, an incredible modern sculptor who as a young artist, was highly regarded and he was awarded a number of exhibitions, including several one-person shows in Melbourne and Sydney, where he lived since 1960. Meadmore moved to New York in 1963 at the age of 34 and later became a United States citizen. With the exception of a year spent in Australia, as photo editor for Vogue magazine, Meadmore has lived and worked in New York until he passed away in 2005.

In his sculpture, Meadmore endows a single form with clarity and rigor, while at the same time conveys the complexity, expressiveness and dynamics of classic modernist sculpture which underlies Meadmore's pursuit of a gestural or "drawn" character for his sculpture. Aside from matters of proportion, his work acquires a monumental scale and a mode of address that is engaged in rather than detached from the frankly public, occasionally heroic voice it adopts.In a typical sculpture by Clement Meadmore, a single, square volume repeatedly twists and turns upon itself before lunging into space, as if in a mood of aspiration or exhiliration, or simply to release physical forces held in tension. Meadmore's works have always fused elements of Abstract Expressionism and Minimalism. Since Meadmore's sculptures are often large, this impression of effortless physical grace is simultaneously underscored and called into question through the fluid signature like immediacy of their physicality. (credit: meadmores site)

Marjorie Portnow, an original extremely talented landscape painter. Elected member of the National Academy of Design. Bozidar Kemperle, a contemporary installation artist who has a sense of the pysical that makes him alter space in a truly sculptural manner. Roy Schatt, a reknown photographer whose images of James Dean and others are seen frequently throughout the world. Norman Rockwell,a beloved American artist who created the image of the American life like no other painter. 

Then there is Motherwell, whose abstract work has influenced many abstract impressionist artists. Henry Moore,known most for his modern sculpture Moore created prints that exhibit his novel manner of combining the modern and the academic. 

Anatoli Zverev,one of the most impressive russian artist.  Zverev was born in 1931 in Moscow, where he worked until his death in 1986. He was one of the most prolific and imaginative of the unofficial artists of the USSR. An important contributer to the Russian Expressionist movement of the 1960s, his works are characterized by an agitated technique of emotional abandon. Picasso called him the finest Russian artist in post Stalinist Russia.

Tapies,born in Barcelona Tapies from the nineteen forties on, the use of objects and references taken from the outside world as a pretext for his own compositions has been a permanent feature of Antoni Tàpies’s art. The importance of materials of all shapes and sizes - anything from bits of waste stuff upwards - to his art became clear very early on. With Tàpies, matter and materials take pride of place, basically because he sees them as media with unlimited, infinite creative potential. And together with the treatment of the material used, a particularly important point in itself, a major consideration is the artist’s procedures and execution, the personal, exclusive way he addresses each work. The blots, stains, textures, smudges and signs that abound in his creations, or any other kind of action taken on the surface, automatically become a mode of expression and communication and the need to resort to visually representative transcriptions of an external reality disappears. Reality leaves its impress on the work itself, not outside it, in its visual representation, which would always be fictive. 

Pat Hammerman ,both a mixed media artist and painter Pat Hammreman's work is abstract yet graceful. 

Jack Roth, Richards Ruben, Jon Schueler, David Simpson, Nancy Wisseman-widridg, Henry Jutsum, Tzannes, Larry Rivers, Wengenroth, Millington, Ziemann, Al Capp, Dash, Martin, Piper, Simpson, Diane Burko, Carol Summers, Estefan Vicente, Adsa Yunkers.


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