• Early California Arroyo Seco Oil Painting By Famous Artist Kathryn Leighton

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    Early California Arroyo Seco Oil Painting By Famous Artist Kathryn Leighton

    Early California Arroyo Seco Oil Painting By Famous Artist Kathryn Leighton
    My listings all include vital information which you will find informative, and should cover most of your questions. If you need additional information, you can send me a message. Thank You, Christian Chaffee. This is a beautiful antique California plein air painting, fresh from an old estate. This is in perfect original condition, with no damage, repairs or restoration. This is an oil on canvas on it’s original stretcher. The back foam board was added to protect it from humidity and temper changes. This was cleaned by a well qualified professional art conservator with 30+ years experience. This is an impressive colorful painting by the well known artist, Kathryn Leighton, with California Art Club history. This was painted before 1916, when she was painting her colorful California Plein Air landscapes that brought her fame. In 1918, she started painting American Indians, which brought her international recognition. This is a painting is a good solid investment, and will add beauty to your home. This painting measures 18 X 24, and comes in a beautiful antique gold gilt California plein air frame. Here is her biography as borrowed from askart. Com. Born in Plainfield, New Hampshire, Kathryn Leighton became a celebrated Indian portrait and landscape painter, especially big-screen scenes of glaciers, which resulted from trips to Glacier National Park beginning 1923. An exhibition reviewer for the Los Angeles Evening Herald, February 27, 1926 wrote: The first to bring to galleries here the strange, wild charm of Glacier National park for an entire exhibit, Leighton has a masculine sweep and strength to her brush, and few men painters can outdo the virility of her sunbathed peaks and wind-winnowed snowfields. (Trenton 58) She attended Kimball Union Academy near Plainfield and graduated in 1900 from the Massachusetts Normal Art School. That same year, she married attorney Edward Leighton, then the youngest lawyer ever in New Hampshire to have passed the bar exam. Throughout their marriage, he was totally supportive of his wife’s art talent, and of the relationship it was written that it proved that stereotypical gender roles do not always deter a successful partnership. Edward Leighton’s financial support, the summers away from his law practice, and his companionship on vacations, enabled Kathryn to benefit as an artist from their bond and most likely contributed to her success as one of the foremost painters of Native Americans at a time when the subject was reserved for males. (Trenton 58) In 1910, she and her husband moved to Los Angeles where he became a prominent lawyer, and she studied at the Stickney School of Art in Pasadena and with Jean Mannheim, and established a studio on West 46th Street. From there she painted nearly 700 Indian portraits, and often had the actual subjects in her studio doing war dances, whooping and playing drums. She was also respected for her dedication to homemaking, to their adopted son, Everett, and to civic projects. For several years, she was vice-president of the California Art Club. Her brother, Frederic Thomas Woodman, was in Los Angeles, where from 1916 to 1919, he served as mayor, and his wide-ranging contacts helped establish the Leightons in the community. In fact, Woodman’s office resembled an art gallery, resplendent with Kathryn’s paintings. (Trenton 58) Also doing floral still life and landscapes, she repeatedly depicted her favorite subject, which was the desert in bloom. Having been told about Glacier National Park by Charles Russell, she spent much time in that region where she created panoramic landscapes. The trip was also fortuitous because it cemented the Leighton’s friendship with artist Charles Russell and his wife as guests at the Russell’s summer home at Bull Head Lodge on Lake McDonald. The invitation had resulted from Kathryn meeting Russell in Los Angeles at a party hosted by painter Jack Wilkinson Smith at Smith’s studio in Los Angeles. In 1918, she had begun painting American Indian portraits, many of them signed by the sitter, and this endeavor brought her international recognition. In 1926 in Montana, Russell introduced her to the Blackfeet Indians and to officials of the Northern Pacific Railway. These contacts paved the way for success with a project of doing portraits of Blackfeet elders for The Great Northern Railway, whose personnel wanted them for an exhibition with lecture series about the disintegration of Indian cultural traditions. The goal of railroad officials was to preserve a record of a vanishing way of life. To initiate the portrait project with Leighton, officials brought her and her family to Glacier National Park for three months as their guests. Then railroad personnel brought in the chiefs of the Blackfeet tribes, and paid them to serve as her models. At the end of that summer, the project seemed such a success that the railroad reportedly bought 20 of the portraits for high prices, and then sent the paintings on a cross-country tour with a lecturer explaining the Blackfeet culture. Needless to say, this project was a’shot in the arm’ for Leighton’s professional career, and she became known as the expert portraitist of Native Americans. The Blackfeet adopted her into their tribe and gave her the name “Anna -Tar-Kee”, which in English translated to’beautiful woman in spirit. I have painted all of the Blackfeet Indians in the colours of the sacred paints they use on their faces; you will notice their hands are usually a different colour. (Trenton 62) Following this project for the Northern Pacific Railroad, Leighton made annual painting trips to Indian tribes including Blackfeet, Hopi, Iroquois, Sioux and Cherokee, Navajo, Pawnee and Osage, and major exhibitions were held around the country. She visited many of her subjects in their homes such as hogans, tepees and wigwams. Many portraits using tribal clothing and cultural items were painted in her Los Angeles studio. In 1929, she did a tour of Europe and the Eastern United States with her paintings, and gained widespread recognition for her artistic skill and the educational aspects of her work. In addition to portrait painting, Kathryn Leighton did seascape and landscape paintings with a specialty being wildflowers. Titles include Wild Flowers of Glacier National Park, Mount Rainier and Spring in Coachella Valley. As you can see in the link above, Kathryn Leighton exhibited: “FROM THE BANK OF THE ARROYO SECO” in 1916. My painting has the original label from a California Art Club Traveling Exhibition, of which there were only three; in 1915, 1916, and 1917. Just looking at my painting, I can see it was very likely painted… Along the bank of the Arroyo Seco in Pasadena. An example of this “exhibition label” was unknown to exist before it was found on my painting. This painting measures about 18″ high by 24″ wide. The painting was cleaned by professional art restorer: Alfredo Antogini, who also put the backing board on it. The CAC Traveling Exhibition label is on the stretcher, and covered with a thin sheet of plastic to protect it, and is now partly under the backing board. THIS ITEMS CONDITION REPORT. This is in good original condition with no damage, and was recently cleaned, had the back board and frame added. This weighs about 2 lbs before packing. I will be sending your item from San Diego, California 92116 USA. Larger items are usually sent by ground service. Package Express services are not available at all greyhound bus stations, so you do need to find out where your nearest Greyhound Package Express station is located. The larger and more fragile an item, the more it costs me to pack it properly. On expensive fragile items, we may need to double box them. This will require additional labor and material costs. I would rather pack your item properly to make sure that the item arrives intact, rather than to deal with a claim. EVERY ITEM IS GUARANTEED TO BE AS DESCRIBED. Every item I offer is guaranteed to be in as described condition, as written in my listings. I sell mostly antiques and collectibles, which will usually have the normal wear that you would expect to occur from normal use and age. You are guaranteed that there are no repairs, alterations, or damage, unless I specifically mention them in my condition report above. I SELL ONLY GENUINE ORIGINAL ITEMS. I do my very best to accurately represent each and every item I sell. I do not sell fakes or reproductions of any kind, unless they are clearly described as such. I guarantee every item I sell to be authentic, and to be made in the time period as represented. I welcome input from dealers and collectors in specialized areas, to help insure my listings are complete and accurate. If the listing ends over the weekend, you will normally receive an invoice on Monday. CUSTOMERS FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES. An example of this would be undisclosed existing damage, like a chip or crack. An example would be if the measurements were slightly off. You will need to save the box and packing materials to show the shipper. This is the proof that they require, so if you discard the packing materials, your claim may be denied. Shippers do not accept parcels packed in damaged boxes as a rule, so damage is normally evidenced by damage to the box. The item “EARLY CALIFORNIA ARROYO SECO OIL PAINTING BY FAMOUS ARTIST KATHRYN LEIGHTON” is in sale since Thursday, January 19, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “finearts29mv” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
    • Region of Origin: US
    • Artist: Katheryn Leighton
    • Style: Impressionism
    • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
    • Painting Surface: Canvas
    • Medium: Oil
    • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
    • Original/Reproduction: Original
    • Signed?: Signed
    • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30″)
    • Framed/Unframed: Framed
    • Year: about 1910 to 1920
    • Width (Inches): 24
    • Subject: Landscape
    • Originality: Original
    • Height (Inches): 18

    Early California Arroyo Seco Oil Painting By Famous Artist Kathryn Leighton
  • Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)

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    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)

    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
    Oil on Canvas Self-Portrait by Peter Kalman dated 1922. Frame size 14.25 x 11.75 inches. Frame depth 1.5 inches. Canvas is mounted to wood panel. Panel size 10.5 x 8.25 inches. Signed upper right “Peter Kalman 1922″. Inscribed verso: “beruhmtes selbst-potrait von professor kallman (budapest)”. Loosely translates to “Famous Self-Portriat of Professor Kallman”. Kulicke label and Kulicke-attributed frame. Please ask questions and we’ll respond quickly! Please check out our other items! The item “Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)” is in sale since Saturday, July 7, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “greenman508″ and is located in Oil City, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Size: Small (up to 12in.)
    • Region of Origin: Europe
    • Artist: Peter Kalman
    • Style: Russian
    • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
    • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
    • Painting Surface: Canvas
    • Medium: Oil
    • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
    • Year: 1922
    • Features: Framed
    • Width (Inches): 12
    • Color: Black
    • Subject: Figures & Portraits
    • Originality: Original
    • Height (Inches): 14

    Peter Kalman Famous Self-Portrait (Budapest) 1922 oil on canvas (hungarian)
  • ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas’SCEPTRE’ Famous Race horse

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    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse

    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870 – 1963. Oil On Canvas’SCEPTRE’ horse 1899 – 1926. British bred and trained thoroughbred racemare. Who’s career ran from 1901 to 1904 in 1902 she became the only racehorse to win 4 british classic races outright. Size of picture width 440mm x 315mm approx. With frame 535mm x 415mm. This Oil on Canvas has been professionally cleaned and restored and is set in a gilded frame. The picture is in very good condition with the frame having a couple of nicks which you can see in the photographs which do not detract anything from the picture. The item “ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas’SCEPTRE’ Famous Race horse” is in sale since Tuesday, November 29, 2016. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “nigel14″ and is located in Norwich, Norfolk. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei darussalam, Cayman islands, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Macao, Monaco, Maldives, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Saudi arabia, South africa, United arab emirates.
    • Original/ Repro: Original
    • Medium: Oil
    • Subject: Horse Portrait
    • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
    • Style: Realism

    ALFRED GRENFALL HAIGH 1870-1963 Oil on Canvas'SCEPTRE' Famous Race horse
  • Steve Kaufman Hommage to Picasso Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas

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    Steve Kaufman Hommage to Picasso Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas

    Steve Kaufman Hommage to Picasso Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Hommage to Picasso Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas. Title: Hommage to Picasso. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 18″ x 17″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. No photos are altered and all photography of our items is produced by the managing director of the Minneapolis Photo Center. Created for the discerning art collector, Modern Artifact buys and sells some of the worlds most collected and demanded fine art, antiques and memorabilia. Modern Artifacts is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and has clients all over the world. We establish relationships with many art dealers, collectors and the artists themselves, to ensure our clients are offered an extensive collection to choose from. With many fine works of art by top names such as Robert Wyland, Steve Kaufman and Bert Stern, you are sure to find a piece that catches your eye and inspires your imagination. Shop with us online today and experience one of the industrys leading art, antique and memorabilia retailers for yourself. High Quality, Unique Works of Art Modern Artifact specializes in high quality, unique works of art. We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Hommage to Picasso Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas” is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Hommage to Picasso Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
  • Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 29

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    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 29

    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 29
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 29. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 25″ x 29.5″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series in this color scheme. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. No photos are altered and all photography of our items is produced by the managing director of the Minneapolis Photo Center. Created for the discerning art collector, Modern Artifact buys and sells some of the worlds most collected and demanded fine art, antiques and memorabilia. Modern Artifacts is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and has clients all over the world. We establish relationships with many art dealers, collectors and the artists themselves, to ensure our clients are offered an extensive collection to choose from. With many fine works of art by top names such as Robert Wyland, Steve Kaufman and Bert Stern, you are sure to find a piece that catches your eye and inspires your imagination. Shop with us online today and experience one of the industrys leading art, antique and memorabilia retailers for yourself. High Quality, Unique Works of Art Modern Artifact specializes in high quality, unique works of art. We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 29″ is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 29
  • Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27

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    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27

    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 26″ x 27″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series in this color scheme. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. No photos are altered and all photography of our items is produced by the managing director of the Minneapolis Photo Center. Created for the discerning art collector, Modern Artifact buys and sells some of the worlds most collected and demanded fine art, antiques and memorabilia. Modern Artifacts is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and has clients all over the world. We establish relationships with many art dealers, collectors and the artists themselves, to ensure our clients are offered an extensive collection to choose from. With many fine works of art by top names such as Robert Wyland, Steve Kaufman and Bert Stern, you are sure to find a piece that catches your eye and inspires your imagination. Shop with us online today and experience one of the industrys leading art, antique and memorabilia retailers for yourself. High Quality, Unique Works of Art Modern Artifact specializes in high quality, unique works of art. We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27″ is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 26 x 27
  • Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28

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    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28

    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 25″ x 28″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series in this color scheme. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. No photos are altered and all photography of our items is produced by the managing director of the Minneapolis Photo Center. Created for the discerning art collector, Modern Artifact buys and sells some of the worlds most collected and demanded fine art, antiques and memorabilia. Modern Artifacts is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and has clients all over the world. We establish relationships with many art dealers, collectors and the artists themselves, to ensure our clients are offered an extensive collection to choose from. With many fine works of art by top names such as Robert Wyland, Steve Kaufman and Bert Stern, you are sure to find a piece that catches your eye and inspires your imagination. Shop with us online today and experience one of the industrys leading art, antique and memorabilia retailers for yourself. High Quality, Unique Works of Art Modern Artifact specializes in high quality, unique works of art. We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28″ is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 28
  • Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30

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    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30

    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 25″ x 30″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series in this color scheme. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. No photos are altered and all photography of our items is produced by the managing director of the Minneapolis Photo Center. Created for the discerning art collector, Modern Artifact buys and sells some of the worlds most collected and demanded fine art, antiques and memorabilia. Modern Artifacts is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and has clients all over the world. We establish relationships with many art dealers, collectors and the artists themselves, to ensure our clients are offered an extensive collection to choose from. With many fine works of art by top names such as Robert Wyland, Steve Kaufman and Bert Stern, you are sure to find a piece that catches your eye and inspires your imagination. Shop with us online today and experience one of the industrys leading art, antique and memorabilia retailers for yourself. High Quality, Unique Works of Art Modern Artifact specializes in high quality, unique works of art. We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30″ is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Marilyn Monroe Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas 25 x 30
  • Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas

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    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas

    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 36″ x 52″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. We do have another listing identical to this that is framed item #. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. No photos are altered and all photography of our items is produced by the managing director of the Minneapolis Photo Center. Created for the discerning art collector, Modern Artifact buys and sells some of the worlds most collected and demanded fine art, antiques and memorabilia. Modern Artifacts is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and has clients all over the world. We establish relationships with many art dealers, collectors and the artists themselves, to ensure our clients are offered an extensive collection to choose from. With many fine works of art by top names such as Robert Wyland, Steve Kaufman and Bert Stern, you are sure to find a piece that catches your eye and inspires your imagination. Shop with us online today and experience one of the industrys leading art, antique and memorabilia retailers for yourself. High Quality, Unique Works of Art Modern Artifact specializes in high quality, unique works of art. We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas” is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Double Cohiba Warhol Famous Assistant Pop Art Oil Painting Canvas
  • Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas

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    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas

    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
    Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 44″ x 41.5″. Size Framed: Currently not Framed. Photos Generated to give you an idea. Unique meaning there may have been up to five created, but never a series. Hand signed on the verso and part of the collection we bought directly from managements collection. Signed by the Artist. Condition: This piece is not framed. The framing we prefer is to use a archivable adhesive and press the canvas to a mounting board. The adhesive is a reversible adhesive that leaves zero residue behind. This will flatten and Minimize out any wrinkles or future sag that is common in stretched canvasses. The look is great and if you take the time to look at our other Kaufman listings you will see nearly 40+ of these pieces framed this way. It gives an oil on board look and you will never have to deal with sag. All of our customers love this treatment. The photos are to give you an idea of what it could look like framed and also show the current condition. If you have further questions please let us know. Steve Kaufman is one of the most influential pop artists in U. His work appreciated for both its technical merit and its historical importance in pushing the pop art movement forward. Steve Kaufman single handedly transformed pop art from a discipline focused on ordinary object to art with social relevance. Even by artist standards, Steve Kaufman was an extremely precocious child. He held his first art show at his synagogue when he was only 8 years old, and works from that show are now hanging in the Jewish Holocaust Memorial in Brooklyn, New York. At age 12, Kaufman achieved his first commercial success when he was commissioned to paint custom pet rocks for the New York City Macys department store. Steve Kaufman met the American pop art pioneer Andy Warhol at Studio 54 in New York City. The two soon developed a friendship and working relationship where Kaufman served as Warhols assistant at his famous studio called The factory. Kaufman was heavily influenced by Warhols style. He and Warhol used many of the same mediums including, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mixed media and filmmaking, but his paintings and prints are by far the most famous. He is also famous for painting unusual objects, including Mercedes Benz and a Formula One Race Car. He is famous for painting celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy. He also produced a very successful screen print series of Cohiba cigars that remain some of Kaufmans bestselling work today. Early American pop art focused on making ordinary objects and images into works of art. Critics of pop art have criticized the school of art for being cold and lacking human emotion. While pop art was often injected with a sense of humor and an invitation for the audience to reflect on their value set, there was not much inherent personality in the paintings. Steve Kaufmans art was a pioneer in changing the face or pop art to a more human one with added social relevance. Kaufman was a major advocate for AIDs awareness and one of the recognizable pieces of Kaufman art is his 5 foot by 5 foot canvas of Trojan condoms. He also used his art to promote racial equality and advocate for an end to homelessness. While Kaufman pushed the pop art discipline forward in regards to subject matter, he also pushed the discipline forward in regard to technique. Pop artist has always favored screen printing as a medium, but instead of producing multiple identical prints Kaufman would make each one unique. He would paint something different on each print in a series, making each one identifiably unique. This not only created more value for each print in a series, but it also elevated the print making process to incorporate elements of mixed media. His new techniques couple with his social awareness set Steve Kaufman apart from other contemporary pop artists. At only 49 years old, Steve Kaufman passed away in 2010. Although his art career was short lived, he produced more successful art during his short career than most artists due in lifetimes that are twice as long. Kaufman art continues to be extremely popular. His original paintings and prints can be found in museums and private collections around the world. View in Your Home. Would you like to see what this piece looks like in your home? Simply send us a photo of the area you are looking to fill. We will take the photo and have our piece placed in the space to help you in your decision making. All items are guaranteed 100% authentic. All items are listed with the utmost accuracy. 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We have the hard to find pieces that you have been searching for and some of the eclectic ones you didnt even know about but just have to have. We understand the needs of our clients and seek out the pieces they want to add to their collection. Whether you are new to art collecting and are just building your collection, or if you have been collecting fine art and antique for years, Modern Artifact has you covered. All of our art is photoed by a professional photographer and not enhanced using photoshop. Some instances we will photoshop a piece into a home scene, however while doing that photoshop is not used to brighten or alter the individual piece. All photos are taken in natural light. If you would like to see a piece upload into an area of your home please send us a photo and we will gladly do that free of charge. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have. We have in house professional packaging for your valuables to ensure that they show up in tact and ready to enjoy. Every piece of ours is guaranteed authentic and comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity along with all original paperwork. Our experts have authenticated tens of thousands of pieces so rest assured you are getting authentic art. All pieces go through rigorous background checks and testing to ensure their authenticity. Low cost custom framing. Would you like us to frame any of our art to match your current framing or home? We have our own in house framing. We can show you examples and even photoshop the frame onto the piece to give you an idea of what it will look like. Feel free to message us on any framing ideas. The item “Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas” is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modern_artifact” and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    Steve Kaufman Massive Lady LIberty Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas