In 1945, Robert De Niro, Sr.?s work was included in the Autumn Salon at Peggy Guggenheim?s Art of This Century gallery along with that of Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. The next year, he had his first solo exhibition at Guggenheim?s gallery, an extremely prestigious honor for the young figurative painter. But while De Niro continued to show at the highly regarded Charles Egan Gallery throughout the 1950s, his career began to slip out of the critical spotlight, and he struggled for recognition in subsequent decades. Read more.

Paintings

Untitled Abstraction
Moroccan Women
Figure in an Orange Shirt
Oprah with Headdress and Necklace
Self Portrait of the Artist at his Easel
Still Life with Head of a Woman
Moroccan Women
Side View of House and Street
Demetrious
Venice Nights Like a Negress in Love
Flowers in a Blue Vase
Red House with Blue Door
Anna Christie Entering Bar
Anna Christie Entering Bar
Woman in a Red Dress
Three Women
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