NEW YORK FOREVER: Important Paintings of the World’s City

  • November 13, 2021 11:30

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Guy C. Wiggins (1883–1962) Winter in New York Oil on canvas 24⅛ x 20 3/16 inches Signed lower left: Guy Wiggins; on verso: WINTER IN NEW YORK / Guy Wiggins NA Available at Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, New York
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Wolf Kahn (1927–2020) Stuyvesant Square Pastel on paper 13½ x 16¼ inches (sight size) Monogrammed lower right: WKahn Available at Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, New York
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Fairfield Porter (1907–1975) Broadway South of Union Square, New York Oil on paper 16½ x 13¼ inches (sight size) Available at Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, New York
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Questroyal Fine Art's final exhibition of 2021 is now open, NEW YORK FOREVER: Important Paintings of the World’s City. In this exhibition and sale, twenty of the most revered American painters of the past three centuries have brought a fragment of New York City’s essence to canvas.


New York, the city of the world, is as enduring as the rock it rests upon, at the edge of the sea, the forefront of memory, and the summit of aspirations. The New York Yankees, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Broadway, Wall Street, all are part of the city with an appeal that spans the globe. One that was—and remains—a beacon promising solace to the oppressed and hope to many dreamers. Questroyal presents visions of our city by Guy C. Wiggins, Wolf Kahn, Hayley Lever, Reginald Marsh, Alfred S. Mira, and Fairfield Porter, among others.

NEW YORK FOREVER: Important Paintings of the World’s City will remain on view through December 30 at Questroyal’s expansive galleries at 903 Park Avenue. For guests unable to visit in person, a virtual exhibition is available at www.questroyalfineart.com. Also on view at Questroyal through the end of the year is The American Masters, fifty exceptional paintings by America’s 19th- and 20th-century masters, and Captivating Shores: Tom Yost Reveals Connecticut’s Coast, an extensive a survey of Connecticut’s shoreline. Exhibition catalogues for all shows are available by request.

To request a copy of the exhibition catalogue, visit www.questroyalfineart.com/publications, email gallery@questroyalfineart.com, or call 212-744-3586.


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