Winter Whites

On view through December 30th

Our current exhibition Winter Whites is comprised of a selection of fine American paintings depicting snowy land and cityscapes. These timeless scenes capture moments of transition, as Northerners embraces the winter months each year.

Harry Gottlieb (American, 1895–1992), Cutting Ice, Trestle Bridge, Rondout Creek, Port Ewan, New York, c. 1930’s, oil on canvas, 22 1/2 H. x 32 W. inches, signed lower right: Harry Gottlieb

Willard Leroy Metcalf (American, 1858–1925) The First Snow, 1888, oil on canvas

13 1/8 H. x 16 1/16 W. inches, signed lower left in brown: W. L. Metcalf '88 

Paul Cornoyer (American, 1864–1923), Paris in Winter, 1891, oil on canvas

17 H. x 24 W. inches, signed and dated: PAUL CORNOYER/ PARIS 91

Everett Shinn (American, 1873–1953), All Night Cafe, c. 1900

Pastel, watercolor, & graphite on gray paper mounted on board, sight Size: 8 1/2 H. x 12 W. inches

Henry Gasser (American, 1909–1981) Road to the Sea, c. 1940, oil on canvas

25 H. x 29 1/4 W. inches, signed Lower Right: Henry Gasser

Henry Glintenkamp  (American, 1860–1950) Poplars in Winter, 1912, oil on burlap

32 H. x 26 W. inches, signed lower right: Glintenkamp

Ernest Lawson (American, 1873–1939), White Woods, 1903, oil on canvas 

25 1/4 H. x 30 1/4 W. inches, signed lower left in brown: E. Lawson / 03

Catalogue available:  

American Art at New York Galleries Guide


17 E. 67th Street, No. 1A

New York, NY 10065



Gallery Hours:

Monday to Friday, 12pm to 6pm

All other times by appointment