David Benrimon founded his gallery, David Benrimon Fine Art in The Fuller Building on East 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan in the 1990s. Seeking to connect with, inform, edify and advise investors and collectors in the elite Manhattan neighborhood that includes Madison Avenue, Benrimon curated a collection of Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary art. The pieces will add aesthetic value to New York City homes, reflect favorably in an investors’ portfolio and stand the test of time. In 2002, the gallery moved to The Crown Building on Fifth Avenue, one of the most expensive retail locations in the U.S. The mixed-use building also houses Aman New York Residences, luxury condominiums atop the historic New York landmark.

Benrimon’s history as an art dealer informs the selections in his prestigious gallery. He began framing and curating art in 1977 as the founder of Varick Street Framing. Later, in 1980, he founded Central Art Framing, where he was able to assist renowned dealers like Leo Castelli and artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol through the proper frames to showcase their cutting-edge work.

Fernando Botero, Nature Morte (2006)
Watercolor on paper

A treasure trove of beauty for art collectors, the gallery showcases new exhibitions monthly. The stark white walls of the spacious and well-lit gallery create the perfect backdrop to showcase colorful art pieces that tell stories along with exquisite Impressionistic pieces that awaken emotions. The upscale gallery provides the perfect showcase for the vast collection, but the pieces would also capture attention amidst any backdrop.

From sculptures to drawings and paintings David Benrimon Fine Art offers pieces to fit nearly any style of home or apartment, from a modern Madison Avenue penthouse to a Soho loft, as well as suburban homes from Beverly Hills to the Hamptons.

Featured artists range from Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Fernando Botero to Lichtenstein and Warhol. Other notable names include Josef Albers, Banksy, Alexander Calder, George Condo, Jim Dine, Keith Haring, Frida Kahlo and Alex Katz. The total number of featured artists in the realms of post-war, contemporary, impressionist and modern art are too great to list. Whether you’re looking for familiar names and recognizable pieces or something eye-catching and eclectic from a lesser-known artist, the pieces on exhibit at David Benrimon Fine Art will captivate and delight your senses.

Fernando Botero, Untitled (St. George) (1983)
Sanguine and ink on paper

Sotheby’s carries a carefully curated collection of art by Columbian creator Fernando Botero from David Benrimon Fine Art. His catalog of work has been featured in multiple exhibitions at the gallery over the years. The fun and vibrant pieces, often featuring portly, exaggerated human forms, fit well in dining rooms and sitting areas as well as in-home galleries. His painting and drawings may signify criticism of modern politics or simply convey a sense of humor. Each time you look at a piece, you are sure to notice a new and captivating detail. The unusual art will attract attention and spark conversations in your home, as will any of the highly coveted pieces from David Benrimon Fine Art.

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