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Carlebach, Julius

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role Dealer/Gallery
dates 1909-1964
city New York City
other citiesLübeck, Germany; Berlin, Germany; Hamburg, Germany; Vienna, Austria;
sex M
historical notes Julius Hirsch Carlebach owned the Carlebach Gallery, also known as the Julius Carlebach Gallery, in New York.

In addition to selling ancient art from around the world different time periods, Carlebach represented modern primitive artists. Roy Lichtenstein had his first exhibition at Carlebach Gallery in 1951. Some works of art from the gallery were sold in a 1968 auction held at the Plaza Art Galleries (406 East 79th Street).

Carlebach was married to Josefa Silberstein, who was associated with him in the art gallery.
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Joseph Stapleton papers, 1942-1998. see details...
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Ellen Lanyon papers, 1944-1991. see details...
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Chet Harmon La More papers, 1933-1973. see details...
Columbia University Libraries
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[Alteration for the Haitian Art Center at Julius Carlebach Gallery, 937 Third Avenue, N.Y.C.] [graphic]. File no. 109 / William Muschenheim, architect. see details...
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Subject file: CARLEBACH GALLERY (NEW YORK, N.Y.): miscellaneous uncataloged material. see details...