Karen LaMonte in Fine Art Connoisseur

July 26, 2019

Article by Leslie Gilman on Karen LaMonte in the July/August issue of Fine Art Connoisseur. 

Patterning en Pointe: Lorraine Shemesh's Interstitial Paintings and Vessels

July 17, 2019

Review by Molly Boyle in NAD NOW The Journal of the National Academy of Design


Harvey Dinnerstein's New York

February 16th - March 16th, 2018

Gerald Peters Gallery is pleased to announce Harvey Dinnerstein's New York. Comprised of paintings and drawings from the 1980s through the present day, the exhibition will focus on the work of American Realist painter Harvey Dinnerstein and the subject matter that has defined his career and garnered him critical acclaim and national recognition.

Since his childhood, when he first put pencil to paper, Brooklyn-born Dinnerstein has focused on capturing the world around him -- his world -- his landscape: New York City. While Dinnerstein's formal art training began in the studio of Moses Soyer, and continued at the High School of Music and Art, the Art Students League, and the Tyler School of Art, his informal and perhaps more lasting training occurred riding the subway from Brownsville to Manhattan. The artist recalls how "the subway enabled me to travel from a provincial neighborhood in Brooklyn to art classes across the river on the island of Manhattan. I studied anatomy, drawing, painting in art school, but I also learned a great deal observing and sketching in the subway. The immediacy of a direct response to the human subject on a moving train forces one to develop powers of perception and memory. The subway also revealed a view of the great diversity of life in the city that shaped my artistic vision over the years."

While Dinnerstein's work derives both stylistically and technically from a long history of realist painting in the United States and Europe, he has brought the traditions into the twenty-first century. His thirsty eyes respond to contemporary life, passages of time, and most importantly our human condition.

For further information contact: Alexandra Polemis Vigil at 212-628-9760.

Daniel Sprick: Pursuit of Truth and Beauty

January 30th, 2018

January 30, 6:30-8:30 pm
Art Students League
The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery


Excited by the image of an airplane his father had drawn, Daniel Sprick began making art at an early age. One of America’s foremost realist painters, Sprick’s hyperrealist images have been compared to those of Dutch and Flemish Masters. The Denver Art Museum called the film an “amazing personal story of artistic inspiration, vision, and fulfillment of a modern-day master.”
Gerald Peters Gallery is pleased to represent Daniel Sprick.
View his works at

Winter Antiques Show

January 19th - 28th, 2018

Visit us at Booth 73

The Winter Antiques Show is the leading art, antiques, and design fair in America, featuring 70 of the world’s top experts in the fine and decorative arts.

Held at the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City, the Show highlights a dynamic mix of works dating from ancient times through the present day, and maintains the highest standards of quality in the art market. Each object at the fair is vetted for authenticity, date, and condition by a committee of 150 experts from the United States and Europe.

The Winter Antiques Show is an annual benefit for East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. East Side House’s programs focus on education and technology as gateways out of poverty and as the keys to economic opportunity.