Adam Hochfelder

Adam Hochfelder is a real estate executive from New York City. He was born in 1971 in a Jewish family, and was raised on Long Island, in Old Westbury, NY. He graduated from University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business in 1993 and began his professional career while he was still studying. His first working arrangement was an internship position at Newmark and Co, a major real-estate services company. From there he transferred to Atlantic Capital, a real-estate investment firm, where he served as the chief investment officer. After gaining some experience and exploring the real estate market, Adam Hochfelder decided to start his own business venture, Max Capital. The company became well known in the estate world, and after some time he was not only competing but outplaying some of NYC’s most powerful landlords. At that time he earned the nickname the wunderkind of New York real estate. Currently, Hochfelder is the Managing Director of Real Estate Acquisitions & Development at Merchants Hospitality. He has been honored by multiple National Charities for his philanthropic endeavors. He founded and funded the development of the NYC Parenting Center which aids first time mothers in need, and helped in building low-income housing in New York and Philadelphia. As a father of two sons, he has also been an integral part of the development of various youth sports foundations.
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Adoration of the Magi
Jan van Scorel
Netherlandish, 1495-1562

Adoration of the Magi, c. 1519
1935.381

Gallery 207

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Hochfelder is a fan of the Renaissance Italian art, especially by Allegretto Nuzi (1346-1373). One of his favorite paintings is the one of Bishop Saint Enthroned, created in early 1360.
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Allegory of Venus and Cupid
Imitator of Titian (Tiziano Vecelli)
Italian, c 1485/90–1576

Allegory of Venus and Cupid, c. 1600
1943.90

Currently not on display

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Something from the early Dutch/Netherlandish period, something divine.
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A Lady Reading (Saint Mary Magdalene)
Master of the Female Half-Lengths
Netherlandish, active about 1520–40

A Lady Reading (Saint Mary Magdalene), About 1530
1954.290

Gallery 238

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The ascension of God, painted in France.
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Assumption of the Virgin
Marcellus Coffermans
Netherlandish, active after 1578/79

Assumption of the Virgin, 16th century
1984.17

Currently not on display

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French divinity in 1490 most know as its highest form... Saint Hugh of Lincoln
111718
Adam
Lucas Cranach the Elder
German, 1472 (?)-1553

Adam, 1533/37
1935.294

Gallery 207

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Another piece from the same subject - Saint Honoré
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Alessandro de' Medici
Jacopo da Pontormo (Jacopo Carrucci)
Italian, 1494-1557

Alessandro de' Medici, 1534/35
1933.1002

Gallery 205

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Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: Saint Honoré
French (Picardy)
Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: Saint Honoré, 1490/1500
1933.1059

Currently not on display

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Adam Hochfelder likes the way the early Italian painters managed to capture the light and paint a masterpiece.
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Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: Saint Hugh of Lincoln
French (Picardy)
Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: Saint Hugh of Lincoln, 1490/1500
1933.1060

Currently not on display

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By the time the Netherlands became a World power, they also managed to evolve in the cultural plan. Adam likes the Adoration of the Magi, circa 1519.
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Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: The Ascension
French (Picardy)
Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: The Ascension, 1490/1500
1933.1057

Currently not on display

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A German depiction of our oldest ancestor - Adam. It is a divine masterpiece.
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Bishop Saint Enthroned
Allegretto Nuzi
Italian, 1346-1373

Bishop Saint Enthroned, 1360/70
1933.1022

Currently not on display

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Another Netherlandish artwork from 1520. It is a picture of a lady in black/red dress.

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