NICHOLAS KRUSHENICK "rock soup", Beyeler Gallery

450.-

07.07.2022
Winterthur, 8400
Serigraphie, Siebdruck, farbig, Basel 1971.
Als 27. Neujahrsgabe der Galerie Ernst Beyeler, Basel, in 380 nummerierten Exemplaren abgezogen.
Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nr. 88, für Hr. Dr. A. Schäfer.

Original-Faltkarton mit Druckvermerk.

Exellenter Zustand, nie eingerahmt. 37.8 × 29.5 cm

Handsigniert vom Künster, monogrammiert in Bleistift, N.K. (unten rechts)

Herausgeber: Galerie Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland

Amerika, 20. Jahrhundert

Krushenick begann ab 1957 seine Arbeiten öffentlich in New York auszustellen.
Ab 1962 wurden seine Arbeiten in der Klasse der gehobenen Galerien und Museen gezeigt.
Sein Werk ist Bestandteil der großen ständigen Sammlungen in New York und den Vereinigten Staaten.


Krushenick begann ab 1957 seine Arbeiten öffentlich in New York auszustellen.
Ab 1962 wurden seine Arbeiten in der Klasse der gehobenen Galerien und Museen gezeigt.
Sein Werk ist Bestandteil der großen ständigen Sammlungen in New York und den Vereinigten Staaten.
Quelle: wikipedia

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NICHOLAS KRUSHENICK "rock soup", Beyeler Gallery

Serigraph, silkscreen, coloured, Basel 1971.
Printed as the 27th New Year's gift of the Galerie Ernst Beyeler, Basel, in 380 numbered copies.
This copy bears the no. 88, for Dr. A. Schäfer.

Original folding box with imprint.

Excellent condition, never framed. 37.8 × 29.5 cm

Hand-signed by the artist, monogrammed in pencil, N.K. (lower right)

Publisher: Galerie Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland

America, 20th century


Krushenick began to exhibit his work publicly in New York in 1957.
From 1962 his work was shown in the class of upscale galleries and museums.
His work is part of major permanent collections in New York and the United States.

Krushenick began to exhibit his work publicly in New York from 1957.
From 1962, his work was shown in the class of upscale galleries and museums.
His work is part of major permanent collections in New York and the United States.
Source: wikipedia


Nicholas Krushenick was an American Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in 1929.
Their work was featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums,
including the Pace Prints, 26th Street and the Pace Prints, 57th Street.
Nicholas Krushenick's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging
from $50 USD to $197,000 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork.
Since 2001 the record price for this artist at auction is $197,000 USD for Orange One,
sold at Christie's New York in 2015. Nicholas Krushenick has been featured in articles for the Art Critical,
the ArtDaily and the ArtDaily. The most recent article is Works by Dürer, Hockney, and Warhol Lead Sales
at IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair Online written for the ArtDaily in May 2020. The artist died in 1999.
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