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Van Diemen-Lilienfield Galleries

German art gallery that relocated to New York after World War II

  • Lilienfield Galleries
  • Lilienfield Gallery
  • Lilienfeld Galleries, New York

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Lilienfeld Galleries, New YorkOriginally established in Germany by Dr. Karl Lilienfeld (b. 1885); in New York by the mid-1930s, when it joined Van Diemen to become Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Galleries (English)
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German gallery that relocated to New York after World War II, dealing in old master, contemporary French, and German expressionist works.Originally established in Germany. Dr. Karl Lilienfeld (1885–1966 ), in New York by the mid–1930s, when it joined Van Diemen to become Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Galleries. (English)
Galerie Van Diemen, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam, New YorkDr. Eduard Plietzsch (1886–1961) and Kurt Benedikt, were co-directors of the Berlin gallery, establishing a branch in the Hague in about 1920 and Amsterdam and New York about 10 years later. The Berlin gallery was liquidated through two sales held by Graupe on Jan. 25 and April 26, 1935. At about that time the gallery became associated with Lilienfeld Galleries [Dr. Karl Lilienfeld (b. 1885)], New York, being known from the mid-1930s to the early '60s as Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Gallery. Kurt Benedikt was associated with Van Diemen-Margraf, Paris and Berlin, c. 1930. (English)
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Galerie Van Diemen, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam, New York...The Berlin gallery was liquidated through two sales held by Graupe on Jan. 25 and April 26, 1935. At about that time the gallery became associated with Lilienfeld Galleries [Dr. Karl Lilienfeld (b. 1885)], New York, being known from the mid-1930s to the early '60s as Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Gallery. (English)
 
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