Neufeld Watercolors of Midcentury New York City Resurface

Woldemar Neufeld New York City

Brooklyn Fire Station, 1949 (12×16)

Gregory James Gallery’s extensive collection of original works by the late Russian-born artist Woldemar Neufeld has grown again—this time to include watercolors that bespeak the elegance and architectural intrigue of midcentury New York City.

“Woldemar Neufeld’s vibrant use of colour, intriguing compositions and stylistic creativity will continue to charm viewers for decades,” said text from the 2009 exhibit Stories Best Told at The Museum in Ontario, Canada.

See the Watercolors That Have Arrived So Far

The watercolors were discovered by Neufeld’s son, Laurence, who also recently brought a series of his father’s treasured linoleum block prints (linocuts) of New York City to the gallery.

See the Blog Post on the Linocuts

Woldemar Neufeld New York City

Central Park (20×14)

All of these recently uncovered original works are available to collectors, as are Neufeld’s iconic scenes of New Milford, Washington, New Preston, Kent and other towns in the Litchfield Hills.

As the text for Stories Best Told recounted, “In 1949, Neufeld’s wife, Waterloo-born Peggy Conrad, decided to move their young family to New Milford, Connecticut. It was there that Neufeld established his final working studio, gallery and summer art school. In this tranquil setting, Neufeld excelled at his technique and produced a variety of ambitious works.”

For details and pricing, or to arrange to see the Neufeld originals, including works discovered by the artist’s son Laurence in January 2021, contact gallery owner Gregory James Mullen at 860-354-3436 or by email at

Woldemar Neufeld New York City

Queensboro Bridge at 59th St. (12×16)


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