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Nicholas Krushenick Silver Liner 1977 Art Serigraph on Somerset paper
Silver Liner – 1977
Print – Serigraph on Somerset paper 26” x 31.5”
Edition: Signed in pencil, dated and marked 145/200
image size : 23.5″ x 29″ inches
In Good Condition. Faint Stain on the top edge of the paper
One of America’s premier Pop artists, Nicholas Krushenick’s work consists of geometric abstract motifs whose shapes were outlined in heavy black lines. In this regard his original prints were often compared to those of Pop Art co-horts Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, but unlike these masters Krushenick avoided any imagery from commercial art. More than one critic termed the art of Krushenick as ‘Abstract Pop’.
His work is held in many museums across the country including the Whitney Museum of American Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Amon Carter Museum, Denver Art Museum, and many more.
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