Location15411 SW 14th Ave. Rd. Ocala, Florida34473
- Listed: November 9, 2023 9:06 am
REDUCED TO $285!
Anatole Krasnyansky’s ‘Brass Trio’ is a Hand-Signed, Hand-Embellished Serigraph on Canvas w/Hand-Drawn Drawings (All Four Corners!) and Park West-framed! It is Brand New and Never Hung; You will be the first! It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is Appraised at $1,350!
‘Brass Trio’ is from the Arabic Numbered Edition of 100. This work on ‘paper’ ‘without hand drawings’ by Krasnyansky is illustrated on page 189 of “Krasnyansky”, published by Park West Press in 2013.
Asking $285 (less than 1/3 appraisal). If you’re looking for a true ‘deal’ on one of his paintings, this is the one. If you follow Krasnyansky’s works, you’ll see they sell on eBay for 3xs what I’m selling pieces like this for (up to $1,025 and even more!), and much more when purchased from online Art Dealers.
Title: ‘Brass Trio’
Medium: Hand-Embellished Serigraph on Canvas
Artist: Anatole Krasnyansky (Hand-Signed)
Registration Number: 135240.0052
Certificate of Authenticity: from Park West Gallery
Size Unframed: 25″ x 16″
Size Framed: 25-1/2″ x 34-1/2″
Frame: Brand New
Condition: Perfect! Never Hung!
Appraised: $1,350 as of 6/8/2023 (Park West)
Framed: Park West Gallery
Today, Krasnyansky’s works—both his cityscapes and expressive Surrealist figures—have been exhibited around the world. Krasnyansky also designed the Greco-Roman façade for Park West Gallery’s headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, in 2001.
An exhaustive catalog raisonné of Krasnyansky’s body of work was published in the book “Krasnyansky” in 2013. The book chronicles Krasnyansky’s life and artwork, features hundreds of images, and includes original commentary from the artist, Eleanor M. Hight, Ph.D., and Morris Shapiro, Gallery Director, Park West Gallery.
“We all have many faces,” Krasnyansky says. “It depends where we are and who we are with, but in each case, we adapt, putting on a mask. That is why, in my paintings, my figures have a multiplicity of faces.”
Krasnyansky’s surreal figures retain their musical origins, often depicted with string instruments, horns, or accordions. Combined with Krasnyansky’s introduction of texture with handmade paper, the figures practically vibrate off the canvas with life and music.
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