Thomas Trosch

Paintings: New and Old

April 20 through May 26. Extended through June 23

Thomas Trosch

The Unknown Masterpeice, 2017

Oil on canvas

23 3/4 x 39 3/4 inches

Thomas Trosch

The Native American Artist, 2015

Oil on canvas

18 x 24 inches

Thomas Trosch

Green Lagoon, 2017

Oil on marble

12 x 12 inches

Thomas Trosch

A Royal Visit, 2013

Encaustic on panel

18 x 24 inches

Thomas Trosch

Tea and Sympathy, 2017

Oil on canvas

50 x 43 3/4 inches

Thomas Trosch

A Call From The Coast, 2017

Oil on canvas

40 x 53 inches

Thomas Trosch

The Lady, The Artist, and The Octopus, 2017

Oil on canvas

40 x 53 3/4 inches

Thomas Trosch

The Protoge, 2017

Oil on canvas

36 x 48 inches

Thomas Trosch

Maytime in Mayfair, 2010

Oil on canvas

30 x 40 inches

Thomas Trosch

La Boutique Bleuet Jaune, 2015

Encaustic on panel

18 x 24 inches

Thomas Trosch

A Journey to the Moon, 2017

Oil on canvas

36 x 36 inches

Thomas Trosch

The Kind Keeper, 2017

Oil on canvas

40 x 30 inches

Thomas Trosch

Dorothy Rodgers' Decorating Lesson #14, 1993

Oil on canvas

84 x 70 inches

Thomas Trosch

Japanese Lesson #23, 1993

Oil on canvas

68 x 48 inches

Thomas Trosch

Dorothy Rodgers' Decorating Lesson, 1993

Oil on canvas

74 x 60 inches

Thomas Trosch

Musical Comedy Medley #6, 1996

Oil on canvas

74 x 60 inches

Thomas Trosch

Musical Comedy Medley #7, 1996

Oil on canvas

74 x 60 inches

Press Release

Thomas Trosch

Paintings: New and Old

April 20th through May 26th, 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 20, 6-8 PM

 

 

Fredericks & Freiser is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Thomas Trosch.  Over the past 25 years Trosch has developed a cult following for his wildly energetic and curiously sensitive oil paintings. Trosch began his career in New York and Los Angeles; where he exhibited regularly. Now, he lives and works in Baltimore and rarely releases his work. This will be his first solo show in New York since 2009.

 

Trosch typically paints society matrons in cluttered art-filled homes, galleries, and pool parties.  Intuitively rendered and lavishly painted, his eccentric tableaus suggest multiple levels of reading. In this current body of work, Trosch pairs his wealthy women alongside the male presence of the bare–chested artist. High society and bohemia come together in brilliant passages of painterly excess. 

About The Artist:

Thomas Trosch (b.1955) has had solo exhibitions at Andrea Rosen Gallery 2, New York, Jose Freire Fine Art, New York, Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles, and Richard Telles, Los Angeles (two-person).  Last month he was included in Jeffrey Deitch’s “Florine Stettheimer Collapsed Time Salon” at the Armory Show. This will be his seventh solo exhibition at Fredericks & Freiser.

 

Upcoming:

Frieze New York | Stand B5

Jocelyn Hobbie

Mary Reid Kelley

Robert Overby

John Wesley

 

Fredericks & Freiser is located at 536 West 24th Street, New York, NY. We are open Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm. For more information, please contact us by phone (212) 633 6555 or email info@fredericksfreisergallery.com, and visit us online at www.fredericksfreisergallery.com, and on Instagram @fredericksandfreiser.