Amsterdam Whitney Gallery

Contemporary emerging masters.

Founded in 2002, AMSTERDAM WHITNEY International Fine Art, Inc. was established as a premier vanguard gallery in direct response to the discerning taste and trends of the sophisticated worldwide collector, searching to discover foremost cutting edge contemporary artists who will be the trailblazer Contemporary Masters into the twenty first century, showcasing them in a museum forum environment.

Owner, Executive Director Curator, Ruthie Tucker, M.A., reflects 49 years of consummate art world experience and highest academic expertise, including executive positions at the Guggenheim Museum, Phillips International Auction House, elite Madison Avenue Galleries and years as a pre-eminent New York Art Dealer. Dedicated to being a passionate “Advocate of the Artist,” and widely recognized as being a catalyst in establishing the careers of a pantheon of artists, she and her co-owner husband, Ambassador Dr. Alton Louis Amsterdam III, known as “The Ambassadors of Chelsea,” created AMSTERDAM WHITNEY International Fine Art to be a dynamic, pro active, exciting museum quality environment which caters both to the nurturing promotional needs of the artist, as well as to the precise aesthetic demands of the informed collector and the respected art professional.

Dynamically liaising with a distinguished client base of elite private collectors, decision making art consultants, corporate art consultants, curators, architects, interior designers and decorators, as well as prestigious business, government, diplomatic and social VIPs, AMSTERDAM WHITNEY Gallery pre-eminently affords the acquisitor the extraordinary opportunity to acquire the most carefully curated, Contemporary Masters in the global art market.

Image Captions

  1. Penelope Chiusano, "Fruit Sally," Watercolor, Vintage Decals, 18" x 24"
  2. Michael Gleizer, "Artist in the Village," Oil on Cardboard, 13" x 11"
  3. Roni Lynn Doppelt "Miracle 14" Acrylic on Canvas, 12" x 9"
  4. Nancy Balmert, “Blue Iris,” Oil on Canvas, 40” x 38”
  5. John Peters “Spring,” Oil on Canvas, 20” x 16”
  6. Sally Ruddy "Forgotten Fence Post," Oil on Canvas, 14" x 11"