Original Works of Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse and More at This St. Louis Gallery

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Find a daily dose of creative inspiration at The Greenberg Gallery in St. Louis’ Clayton neighborhood, which was opened by Ronald K. Greenberg in 1972. You’ll find iconic pieces from contemporary masters lining its walls, like mid to late-20th century artists Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Diebenkorn, Diego Giacommetti and more. These artists were living and working during a fascinating time, before the Information Age and while interpretations of art were expanding and changing. See an original Matisse sketch or one of Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup images, which was just one of the artist’s many quirky ways of pushing the envelope and carrying art into new definitions.

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Photo credit: Campbell’s Soup, 1985 by Andy Warhol

The gallery also hosts frequent events, openings and exhibitions, like the recent “Fashionable Matisse” exhibition in which guests could view over 50 drawings, prints, lithographs and etchings by the influential French artist, while enjoying cocktails. A portion of sales from the event benefited the Saint Louis Fashion Fund, a premier creative institution in the city known for its designer incubator program.

The Greenberg Gallery
230 S Bemiston Ave.
St. Louis, MO, 63105

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