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ROSENBERG, Baltasar Lobo, Torse incliné en avant sur socle

Rosenberg & Co. was borne out of a unique and eminently important lineage that has significantly shaped the course of modern art history. We uphold the Rosenberg family name with a commitment to excellent provenance and outstanding quality, exhibiting Modern masters as well as nurturing the careers of contemporary artists who continue to advance and develop the abstract tradition.

Rosenberg & Co. plans to present a booth featuring works by contemporary artists and artist estates represented by the gallery alongside high quality secondary market Modern and contemporary works on paper that complement the gallery’s roster. With exhibitions such as Inspired by History (Spring 2015), Cubist Perspectives (Fall 2016), A Different Medium (Fall 2017), and European Masters (Summer 2019), Rosenberg & Co. specializes in juxtaposing Modern and contemporary works, demonstrating the link between early twentieth-century fine art and artwork made today.

Rosenberg & Co. is based in New York and continues the Rosenberg family’s distinguished tradition of exhibiting an international roster of works by prominent Impressionist, Modern, and living artists. The gallery represents contemporary artists Brendan Stuart Burns, Maureen Chatfield, and Tom H. John, as well as the artists’ estates of Reuben Nakian, Fred Stein, and Jeffrey Wasserman. Composed of four generations of art dealers, the Rosenberg family has been one of the most important dealers in the history of Modern art. In the twentieth century, Paul Rosenberg represented many of the most renowned Modern masters, including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Fernand Léger, and Georges Braque. His son, Alexandre P. Rosenberg, continued the gallery, and in 1962 became the founding President of the Art Dealers Association of America. Rosenberg & Co., owned and run by Marianne Rosenberg, Paul Rosenberg’s granddaughter, focuses on the highest standards of connoisseurship and expertise that have been cultivated over generations by the family.

ROSENBERG & Co. Louis VALTAT, Panneau d'anémones

Panneau d’anémones

c. 1915
Oil on cardboard
4.33 x 11.54 in.
Signed L. Valtat lower right.

This work is recorded in the archives of l’Association Les amis de Louis Valtat.

ROSENBERG, Baltasar Lobo, Torse incliné en avant sur socle
Baltasar LOBO

Baltasar LOBO
Torse incliné en avant sur socle
1976–81, cast 1982

Bronze, 0/3
13.38 x 8.63 x 7.25 in.

Signed and numbered 0/3. Stamped with Susse Foundry Mark.
Muller, J. Lobo Catalogue Raisonné de L’oeuvre Sculpte (Paris: La Bibliotheque des Arts, 1985), no.425.