Paul Howard Manship (1885-1966)Featured Artwork
February 19, 2021
Gerald Peters Gallery is pleased to celebrate and support the exhibition Paul Manship: Ancient Made Modern, on view now through July 3 at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. This rare parcel-gilt bronze of Atalanta, the mythological heroine who races against her unwanted suitors, is typical of Paul Manship’s masterly rendering of classical subjects in a modern and elegant manner.
Tony Angell, Thomas QuinnTony Angell and Thomas Quinn: A Conversation with Nature
September 25 - November 28, 2020
The Gerald Peters Gallery is pleased to present our newest exhibition, Tony Angell and Thomas Quinn: A Conversation with Nature. Fueled in part by their 26 year old friendship, these artists share a life-long artistic fascination and reverence for Nature. Minimal in detail yet powerful in form, these paintings and sculptures are a celebration of the immeasurable complexity and compelling beauty of our natural world. Throughout their long friendship, Angell and Quinn have encouraged and inspired each other to create works of art that revive and deepen our appreciation of the wildlife and wild places that feed our soul.
Giancarlo BiagiFeatured Artist
October 24, 2020
Gerald Peters Gallery congratulates Giancarlo Biagi and his partner Jill Burkee, whose Mother Cabrini sculpture was dedicated in New York’s Battery Park last week.