Gallery 71, established in 1994 and now going into its fifteenth year, is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan at 71st Street. The primary focus of the gallery since it’s opening has been on works of art depicting New York City with all of its wonderful buildings and historical landmarks. Central Park has been the subject of two of our main artists; Marion Welch - watercolor, and Harold Altman - Lithography.
The artists depicting New York include: Frederick Mershimer, Marion Welch, Lynn Shaler, Harold Altman, Alexander Befelein, Carole Teller, Martin Lewis, John Sloan, Armin Landeck, Mathieux Marie, Art Werger, Takuji Kubo and Thomas Barbey.
Paris, France, New York’s sister city abroad, has also been one of Gallery 71’s favorite subjects. Whether it be New York, Paris or any other city or subject matter around the world there’s something at Gallery 71 for everyone.
Lynn Shaler is our leading artist creating some of the most magical and beautiful images of Paris. Also included in this list are Harold Altman, Alexander Befelein and Mathieux Marie. These artists work in many different mediums: Oil Painting, Watercolor, Pastel, Sculpture, Etching, Aquatint, Mezzotint, Lithograph, Photography, Woodcut and mixed media. Other artists at Gallery 71 working in various genres such as Cityscape, Landscape, Still Life, Figurative, Impressionist, Representational, Surrealist and many more include: James Stewart, Ruth Franklin, Ken Knight, Giovanni Casadei, Peter Jogo, Ruth Stecher, Kaoru Saito, Don Hong-Oai, Pierre Jacquline, Mikio Watanabe, Daniel Airam, Laurent Hours, Alain Gaudin, Laurent Schkolnik, Fanny Brennan, Robert Lovett, Georges LaPorte. All of these artists’ works can be viewed on our website. We continually add new pieces to our website.