James Juthstrom American, 1925-2007

James Juthstrom (1925-2007) was an American artist who lived and worked in his Broome Street loft in SoHo for 50 years creating paintings, drawings, etchings, and sculpture ranging from abstract to figurative.


His artwork was exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum (1955-56), Whitney Museum of American Art (1956), Detroit Institute of Arts (1957), Gallery G (1957), and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1961-63) among others. Although he had opportunities for gallery representation, he withdrew from the art world and created work in the privacy of his loft.


Westwood Gallery continues to promote the legacy of James Juthstrom, and maintains the ownership, exclusive representation, and archive of his estate.