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Louise Nevelson
Nevelson Poster for The Pace Gallery, Columbus

1969

$950

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Nevelson Poster for The Pace Gallery, Columbus Off set lithograph printed on gold background Signed twice in ink by Nevelson Signed in ink by Nevelson under the right edge of the sculpture and again in red ink at the bottom right edge of the sheet The exhibition was help May 4 through June 7, 1969 Condition: Numerous small condition issues, creases, folds and very small tears at the edges Colors very fresh Reference: Not in Baro Provenance: Eva Glimcher (1898-1982), founder of Pace Gallery, Boston, New York and Columbus Eva Glimcher, Founder Of Pace Art Gallery Eva Glimcher, an art dealer and co-founder of the Pace Gallery, died on Sunday of heart failure in Mt. Carmel East Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She was 83 years old and was the widow of Paul Glimcher, a cattle rancher, who died in 1960. A enthusiastic promoter of contemporary art, Mrs. Glimcher operated a gallery in Columbus that mounted pioneering shows by such well-known artists as Jean Dubuffet, Alberto Giacommetti, Kenneth Noland, Frank Stella and Andy Warhol. She helped build the modern-art collection of the Columbus Museum of Fine Arts, and was herself a major donor to it. In 1960, Mrs. Glimcher co-founded the Pace Gallery of New York, now one of the country's leading dealerships, in Boston with her son, Arnold. When he opened the Pace Gallery in New York in 1963, she remained to run the Boston enterprise, specializing in 20th-century master prints and showing the work of such contemporaries as Claes Oldenburg, Louise Nevelson and Josef Albers. She moved the gallery to Columbus in 1965. Born in Kiev, Russia, Mrs. Glimcher came to this country at the age of 2 and grew up in Boston. Her late husband's ranching interests took them to Duluth, Minn., where they lived for some years before returning to Boston in 1946. Survivors, besides her son Arnold, include two other sons, Herb and Mayer, and a daughter, Marian Dach, all of Columbus, 16 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A funeral service was held on Monday in Columbus. Courtesy: The New York Times

Details

  • Creator
  • Creation Year
    1969
  • Dimensions
    Height: 22 in. (55.88 cm)Width: 17 in. (43.18 cm)
  • Medium
  • Movement & Style
  • Period
  • Condition
    Numerous small condition issues, creases, folds and very small tears at the edges Colors very fresh Usual for a post of 50 years of age.
  • Gallery Location
    Fairlawn, OH
  • Reference Number
    Seller: FA117591stDibs: LU1407280952

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