Leonard Rosenfeld, detail of Purple Heart 1, 2007

Select Press

Leonard Rosenfeld’s creative journey spanned the period from post-WWII through the Iraq Wars. A deeply narrative artist, his life and work reflect the New York and world events throughout this period, in effect, as bookends to the world of art and the times in which he lived and worked. Rosenfeld’s work has been exhibited in many one-man, two-person and group shows, including with the Martha Jackson Gallery, the OK Harris Gallery of Ivan Karp and the Brooklyn Museum. He is represented in numerous private collections in the US and internationally, as well as the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, CT and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City. Here are a few select articles highlighting Rosenfeld through the years.

Hanging Papers January 2023

Hanging Papers October 2022

Hanging Papers July 2022

WhiteHot Magazine July 2017

On the Front Lines June 2015

InStyle Australia August 2013

Lines from the League Summer 2012

Paul Laster December 2011

Downtown Express August 2009

Vallarta Tribune March 29–April 4, 2004

One World September 1995

Copper Topics Spring 1995