Gratz Gallery

  • Old Swedes Church Winter
  • Moonlit Landscape
  • Sunlight and Shadow
  • Hawksnake
  • Gloucester Harbor
  • Peter Miller Patchwork in Red
  • Ferguson Park Benches Ask Art
Beyond the Terrace
Garber Dead End

Preserving a Storied Heritage

Gratz Gallery is a fine art gallery and art conservation studio, located in the seat of historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania. We offer an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century American paintings, specializing in American Impressionism specific to artists of the New Hope School, artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Philadelphia Ten.  Gratz Gallery has been a trusted representative for private collectors and museums in the expansion and upgrade of their fine American art collections since 1982.  The conservation studio staff holds over 40 years of experience in art restoration. Our clients include museums, universities, churches, historical societies, and private collectors.

Our Story
Gratz Gallery
Walter Baum Bethlehem Houses

Recent Acquisitions

Conservation Eichholtz Before and After

Conservation Services

Three Spirits

Peter Miller Collection

Garber Dead End

Browse Artists

Purchasing Fine Art & Whole Collections

Gratz Gallery is expanding its inventory and actively buying and consigning American paintings, Old Masters, European Paintings, Abstract and Modern Art, and American and European Impressionists. Please contact us for additional details.

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Walter Schofield Road to the Moors Unframed

Recent Acquisitions

Gloucester Harbor

Gloucester Harbor

Hugh Breckenridge
Ferguson Provincetown Ask Art


Nancy Maybin Ferguson
Harry Leith Ross Homestead LR


Harry Leith-Ross
Peter Miller in her Studio Grayscale
Featured News
Since the early summer days of 2020, Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio has been working on the conservation and restoration of an unearthed estate of over 220 paintings by American Modernist painter, Peter Miller, born Henrietta Myers (1913 - 1996). It is with great honor that we reintroduce this exciting collection of works into the American art market, accompanied by a first-ever published, fully illustrated monograph on the artist. With this effort, it will be possible to resuscitate the work of this highly talented and versatile artist, one who, at long last, should be accorded the recognition within the history of American modernism that she never sought, but has long deserved.