Established on the Upper East Side of Manhattan by Marianne Rosenberg, the gallery, located on the ground floor of a townhouse, continues the Rosenberg family’s distinguished tradition of exhibiting an international roster of works by prominent Impressionist, Modern, and contemporary artists.
The gallery transformed a neglected ground floor of a townhouse into a welcoming, warm and human scale art gallery. A series of rooms accommodate the larger pieces of art and invite the visitor from the entry foyer to the main gallery. An old storage room in the back was turned into a small library and sitting room in which the love of art can be shared and appreciated.
Marianne Rosenberg’s great-grandfather Alexandre Rosenberg (d. 1913), grandfather Paul Rosenberg (d. 1959), great-uncle Léonce Rosenberg (d. 1947), and father Alexandre P. Rosenberg (d. 1987) forged exclusive relationships with the artists they represented and were champions of Impressionist and Modern art in Paris in the early 20th century, moving the business to New York in 1940.