Regional Representative, New England | Specialist, Fine Art
Adam Bitzer serves as a regional representative and specialist in Freeman's Fine Art Department. He specializes in important 19th- and 20th-century art with a specific interest in American Regionalism and Pennsylvania Impressionist work.
A native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Bitzer earned a Bachelor of Science in art and design from Towson University. He subsequently earned his Master of Arts in art business from Sotheby's Institute of Art, completing his master's thesis on Thomas Hart Benton's relationship with Martha's Vineyard and its role in Benton's stance against modern art.
Prior to joining Freeman's, Bitzer held positions with prominent galleries in Lambertville, Palm Beach, and more notably Martha's Vineyard. Acting as the liaison between clients and the gallery, Bitzer participated in acquisitions and private sales of significant artists, including Thomas Hart Benton, Milton Avery, Wolf Kahn, Andrew Wyeth, Vaclav Vytlacil, Edward Redfield, and Daniel Garber. Bitzer maintains his strong connection with the Vineyard, where he currently resides.