Schoelkopf Gallery presents 'Small but Sublime: Albert Bierstadt Cabinet Paintings and Oil Studies'
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Schoelkopf Gallery presents 'Small but Sublime: Albert Bierstadt Cabinet Paintings and Oil Studies'
Albert Bierstadt, Boats, 1879.



NEW YORK, NY.- Schoelkopf Gallery – specializing in 19th and 20th century American fine art – presents Small but Sublime: Albert Bierstadt Cabinet Paintings and Oil Studies. The exhibition investigates oil paintings of intimate scale descended in the family of the artist’s wife, Rosalie Osborn. The show opened January 19th and will run through February 23rd, 2024.

Ranging in subject matter from Bierstadt’s extensive travels to imagined realms, the exhibition includes two cabinet paintings—highly finished, fully developed studio compositions—and two oil studies painted en plein air. Bierstadt achieved fame for his monumental landscapes inspired by his peripatetic adventures, such as Sunset Glow, Mount Shasta (1880s), also included in the exhibition. In contrast, the Osborn family works, which have never been exhibited, reveal the painter’s capacity to surprise the viewer with ambitious scenes presented in a jewel-box scale for private interiors.

Schoelkopf Gallery has earned a distinguished reputation for its commitment to preserving and promoting American art, spanning from 1875 to the present day. The gallery employs scholarship, market research and narrative context to provide visitors with a deeper understanding of each piece. This approach has not only facilitated newfound appreciation but has also expanded the discourse around American art, forging collaborative relationships with esteemed collectors, museums and artists' estates. Schoelkopf Gallery is a proud member of the Art Dealers Association of America and the Private Art Dealers Association.

The gallery's mission is to educate, engage and lead a dynamic international audience for American art. Through a diverse schedule of programming at its new Tribeca location, online and at art fairs, Schoelkopf Gallery brings the essence of the modernist movement in America to life.

Upcoming Programming:

Schoelkopf Gallery is pleased to present the following upcoming exhibitions and programming:

·Max Weber: Art and Life Art Not Apart, Schoelkopf Gallery, January 19 – February 23, 2024

·Small but Sublime: Albert Bierstadt Cabinet Paintings and Oil Studies, Schoelkopf Gallery, January 19 – February 23, 2024

·Virginia Berresford: Strangeness and Romance, Schoelkopf Gallery, March 8 – April 5, 2024

·Andrew Wyeth, Schoelkopf Gallery, 2024

·Thomas Hart Benton and the American West, Schoelkopf Gallery, 2024










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