Steve Kaufman Abe Abraham Lincoln Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas
Happens 6 times a year with dates and pieces picked at random. Steve Kaufman Abe Abraham Lincoln Warhol Famous Assistant Oil Painting Canvas. Title: Three Abe Lincoln’s. Medium: Original Oil Painting on Screen print Canvas. Size: 23.5″ x 50″. 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. 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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 Abe Abraham Lincoln 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.