Photographs of New York —1970s by Robert Gambee, Photographer

Manhattan Seascapes at the 1907 Van Norden Carriage House
Emily Grant with Photographer Robert Gambee

The Jay Heritage Center is delighted to present “Manhattan Seascapes—1970s” by Robert Gambee at its 1907 Carriage House through January 2019. A substantial portion of the proceeds from photographs purchased at the reception will benefit locally designated charities of the buyer’s choice including Jay Heritage Center. It’s a perfect opportunity to pick out unique and exceptional gifts for friends, family or yourself while also supporting our community non-profits!

• “Robert Gambee’s photographs speak magic!”—The New York Times

• “Brilliant Photography”—The Boston Globe

Robert Gambee has been photographing for 50 years, primarily in the United States, but also in Western Europe as well as Asia. He has published seven books with color photography and three with black and white photography.

Approximately 1,700 black & white images of New York’s Manhattan Seascapes are in the permanent collections of the following: SmithsonianNational Maritime Historical Society, The Museum of the City of NewYork, New-York Historical SocietyThe New York Public LibraryPrinceton UniversityBruce Museum, and Vassar College.

Robert Gambee has served as the Official Photographer for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Cunard Lines, Phillips Exeter Academy, Scottish Development Authority, and others. He is a Rye resident.