Getting its name after John Singer Sargent, who was an innovative worker and painter, the venue differs from many other budding galleries located in the borough. It does not obsessively try to meet demands of novelty and youth. The gallery attracts with its historical approach.
Sargent's Daughters Gallery was co-founded by Allegra LaViola and Meredith Rosen in 2013. They describe their foundation as an “innovative manner”. Both still advocate for pioneering new gen artists who are able to push the drawing, painting and sculpture boundaries.
The gallery made a name for itself after popular summer sessions displaying paintings of over 40 artists and filling East Broadway with modern contemporary works. The main interest lies in discovering innovative artists who can combine traditional qualities and cutting edge in their every work.