Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, represents the estates of a number of American Modernist artists including Max Weber, William Zorach and Marguerite Zorach, and has worked closely with the Harold Weston Foundation for many years. Weber, the Zorachs, and Weston were all major proponents of modernist art in America and their paintings, drawings, and sculptures helped define that artistic period in New York City and beyond. Exhibiting in their lifetimes at the major New York galleries – Stieglitz’s 291 and An American Place, Edith Halpert’s Downtown Gallery, and Newman Montross’s Montross Gallery – Gerald Peters Gallery is happy to continue the tradition of promoting the legacies of the artists that shaped modern American art.

For more information about any of the estates that we work with, please contact Alexandra Polemis Vigil or Alice Levi Duncan.

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