Gerald Lubeck
American, 1942-

Gerald Lubeck was born in 1942 in New Jersey and now lives in Vermont. He received a scholarship to the National Academy of Design in New York City after which he spent two years as a medic in the U.S. Army, one of which was spent in Vietnam. He befriended many Vietnamese, who became subjects for paintings. Now he is best known for the beauty and realism of his Vermont landscapes and still lifes. He has received over 50 awards, most of which were first place or best in show.

Gerald L. Lubeck was born on September 11, 1942, in Long Branch, New Jersey. During his high school days at Westfield Senior High School, he participated in numerous art and sports related activities. Upon graduation, he received a scholarship to the National Academy of Design in New York City.

He studied with Maxwell S. Simpson of Scotch Plains, New Jersey, Lajos Markos of New York City.

Gerald spent two years as a medic in the U.S. Army. The year he spent in Vietnam enabled his to befriend many Vietnamese people, many of whom were subjects of his paintings. His service in Vietnam and his work as an iron worker never detracted form his painting. While realism has always dominated his works, he is always experimenting with different media and approaches to all subject matter. His work is disciplined primarily by time constraints and mood.

The artist resides in Vermont with his wife Nancy and daughter Sandra. Gerald will be forever thankful that his parents, mentors, and friends never pushed him toward fake goals in painting or life. He believes that his work has been influenced by as many unknowns as masters. He is especially fond of the freedom of thought and style expressed by children.

He has received over fifty awards, most of which were "First Place" or "Best in Show". Tilting at Windmills Gallery is pleased to be the exclusive gallery for the original oil paintings done by this important artist.

A Boy leading his Horses
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