Lincoln Glenn, LLC was founded in 2022, with a mission to present American art from the 19th century through the late 20th century. The gallery exhibits works from artists of the Hudson River School, American Impressionism, Ashcan School, American Modernism, and Surrealism, with a particular focus on Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting. Lincoln Glenn wishes to revive the legacies and explore the careers of artists working between the 1950s and 1970s who made significant contributions to art history, but whose names may have been forgotten by time. Lincoln Glenn is honored to represent Sherron Francis as well as the estates of Gene Hedge, Alan Fenton, Calvert Coggeshall, Aaron Bohrod, Gerome Kamrowski, and David Hare.


Lincoln Glenn is proud to open its doors at 542 West 24th Street in Chelsea and at 17 East 67th Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The two spaces allow the gallery to host multiple exhibitions each year dedicated to introducing select primary and secondary market paintings, works on paper, and sculptures to the public.


In 2022, Lincoln Glenn opened its doors in the town of Larchmont in Westchester County, New York. Just one year later in May 2023, Lincoln Glenn expanded to a private space at 17 East 67th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side. This UES gallery is a collaborative space with  the longest-operating gallery in New York, Graham Shay 1857. In November of 2023, Lincoln Glenn relocated their Larchmont gallery to 542 West 24th Street in Chelsea's noted gallery district. The two spaces work in tandem allowing the gallery to host multiple exhibitions each year dedicated to introducing select primary and secondary market paintings, works on paper, and sculptures to the public. While West 24th Street functions primarily for solo exhibitions of post-war artists, the East 67th Street location will showcase a combination of traditional American art, in addition to select post-war inventory.


Lincoln Glenn also works in an advisory capacity on acquisitions to private collectors, art advisors, interior designers, and museums. The gallery welcomes all submissions and offers from collectors who wish to sell or consign paintings, sculptures, and estates. The gallery can also provide appraisal services for financial planning, estate tax, and insurance purposes. Lincoln Glenn serves the New York Metropolitan area, including Westchester, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

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    Douglas Gold


    Co-founder of Lincoln Glenn, Douglas Gold began collecting and dealing art while growing up in Bellmore, Long Island. At the age of 15, he established J. Gold Fine Art and began exhibiting at antique shows throughout the Northeast. He pursued his studies at the University at Buffalo where he studied Art History. During his undergraduate studies, he interned at the Huntington Museum of Art and in the sales department of a notable East Hampton gallery. These experiences inspired him to fully commit to a career in the New York gallery world. 


    In 2018, he began as a Director of Graham Shay 1857, the oldest gallery in New York, and quickly became the Director of the Paintings department. At Graham Shay 1857, he curated numerous exhibitions, produced exhibition catalogues, coordinated with artists, estates of artists, and placed many works in public institutions throughout the United States. His specialty lies in American Paintings with a unique focus on artists of the New York School of Abstract Expressionism.

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    Eli Sterngass


    Eli Sterngass joined forces with Douglas Gold to form Lincoln Glenn. Eli began his career at Questroyal Fine Art, a gallery specializing in 19th- and early 20th-century American paintings. In 2018, he joined Gurr Johns, an international leader in appraisals and art advisory. As a fine art appraiser, Eli was responsible for performing appraisals for estate tax, charitable donation, insurance purposes. Eli also contributed to successful sales in the American Art and Post-War Art collecting categories. 


    Eli grew up in Saratoga Springs, New York, surrounded by fantastic museums that drove his passion for American Art. He has a BA in Anthropology, Art History, and Museum Studies from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He is a member of the Association of Historians of American Art (AHAA), The National Arts Club, a Young Patron at The Jewish Museum, and sits on the Director's Acquisition Committee at the University of Michigan Museum of Art.