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Stuart Roger Denenberg, American art dealer. Recipient teaching assistantship Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1965.


Denenberg, Stuart Roger was born on April 18, 1943 in Lynn, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Ralph and Sophie (Kimmel) Denenberg.


AB cum laude, Bowdoin College, 1964.


1st chair tuba, Portland (Maine) Symphony, 1965; director, Ferdinand Roten Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968-1970; editor, publisher, The Art Trader, Cambridge, 1968-1970; director, Antiques Show, Women's City Club of Boston, 1976; senior editor, Contax, Inc., Boston, 1978; consulting appraiser, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1974-1979; founder, director, Art for Healing, Inc., New York City, 1980-1982; founder, director, Art for Healing, Inc., San Francisco, since 1984; president, Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc., San Francisco, since 1982. Consultant California History Society, San Francisco, 1982-1983. Attended U. Stockholm Institute for English Speaking Students, 1963.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: Kahlil Gibran: His Life and World, 1976, computer manual Banking Systems of New England, 1978. Co-author: Connoisseurship: the Educated Eye, 1990. Author: poetry collection Death Masks, 1993.


Co-founder Citizens for Restoration of Public Sculpture, San Francisco,1984. President of the board directors Kairos House: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Caregivers Relief, 1988-1989. Member Appraisers Association of America, National Art Dealers Association, Print Council-Fine Arts Museum, College Art Association, American Association Museum, Bay Area Conservation Guild, Museum Society, Fine Arts Museum.


Married Judith Rose Goldberg, June 25, 1965 (divorced 1972). Married Beverly Anne Bubar, January 1, 1983.

Ralph Denenberg

Sophie (Kimmel) Denenberg

Judith Rose Goldberg

Beverly Anne Bubar