Jack Gerber portrait
Nationality American
Born b. 1927

Jack Gerber

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A painter, printmaker, draftsman, and sculptor, Jack Gerber saw his work shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the National Academy in New York, the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, and the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, among others. Influenced by the German expressionist Max Beckmann, Gerber’s considered himself self-taught through “reading and trying.” He was a voracious reader and listed Herman Melville, William Butler Yeats, John Keats, and Carl Jung as among his favorite writers.

Lot number
#21
Artwork
Artwork: Central Park
Artist:
Jack Gerber
Title and Year:
Central Park | 2019
Auction Status

Starts May 22

  • SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    2000
    Untitled
    Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Untitled
    Allentown Museum, Allentown, Pennsylvania

    The Library of Congress, Rutgers National Drawing Show
    National Academy of Design, New Brunswick, New Jersey

    Untitled
    Rodger Lapelle Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1997
    Untitled
    The Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania

    1996
    Untitled
    Library of the Swedenborg Academy, West Chester, Pennsylvania

    1995
    Untitled
    Plastic Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Untitled
    Congregation Beth Orr, Ambler, Pennsylvania

    1990
    The Library of Congress, Rutgers National Drawing Show
    National Academy of Design, New Brunswick, New Jersey

    Untitled
    Pavilion Galleries, Mount Holly, New Jersey

    1988
    The Library of Congress, Rutgers National Drawing Show
    National Academy of Design, New Brunswick, New Jersey

    1984
    Untitled
    Roger LaPelle Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1983
    Untitled
    Roger LaPelle Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2000
    Untitled
    Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Untitled
    Philadelphia Museum Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • 1953
    Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • 1997
    Winner, Harry A. Harris Award, The Woodmere Museum/Philadelphia Museum Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Gold Medal, Philadelphia Watercolor Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1996
    First Prize, American Color Print Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania