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Adja Yunkers

Adja Yunkers was an American abstract painter and printmaker. He was born in Riga, Governorate of Livonia, Russian Empire in 1900. Yunkers studied art in Leningrad, Berlin, Paris and London. He lived in Paris for 14 years and then moved to Stockholm in 1939. In Stockholm, he published and edited the art magazines ARS magazine and Creation magazine. Yunkers died in New York City in 1983.

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Pueblo, Abstract Expressionist Lithograph by Adja Yunkers 1977
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Adja Yunkers, Latvian/American (1900 - 1983) Title: Pueblo Year: 1977 Medium: Lithograph, Signed, Dated and Titled in Pencil Edition: 70, Shop Proof Size: 33.5 x 25 in. (85.0...
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Adja Yunkers

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Lithograph

NANIGOS - CUBA, 1927
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Portland, ME
Yunkers, Adja (American, born Latvia, 1900-1983). NANIGOS - CUBA, 1927. Miller 1. Color Woodcut. Edition of 250 published in Sweden in 1942 in the magazine Creation (Miller notes an ...
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1920s Adja Yunkers

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Woodcut

Summer in Venice
By Adja Yunkers
Located in New York, NY
ADJA YUNKERS Summer in Venice, 1966 Lithograph on wove paper Signed and dated in pencil on the front 14 × 9 1/4 inches Edition of 250 (unnumbered) Published by The Print Club of Clev...
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1960s Abstract Expressionist Adja Yunkers

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Lithograph

Large Mixed Media Collage Etching Latvian American Modernist Artist
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Surfside, FL
Adja Yunkers b. 1900, Riga, Russia; d. 1983, New York Adja Yunkers was born Adolf Junkers on July 15, 1900, in Riga, Russia (now Latvia). He studied art in Petrograd (now Saint Pete...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Adja Yunkers

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Mixed Media, Etching

Large Mixed Media Collage "Pink One" Etching Latvian American Modernist Artist
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Surfside, FL
Adja Yunkers b. 1900, Riga, Russia; d. 1983, New York Adja Yunkers was born Adolf Junkers on July 15, 1900, in Riga, Russia (now Latvia). He studied art in Petrograd (now Saint Pete...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Adja Yunkers

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Mixed Media, Etching

Echo in Grey
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Echo in Grey Mixed media intaglio with embossing, c. 1980's Signed and numbered in pencil (see photo) Edition: 25 (24/25) Condition: Soft handling issues in top and bottom margin. Do...
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1980s Abstract Adja Yunkers

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Mixed Media

Summer in Venice
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Summer in Venice Lithograph printed in colors from five stones on Italian "Pascia" paper, 1966 Signed and dated lower left in pencil (see photo) The Print Club of Cleveland Publicati...
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1960s Abstract Adja Yunkers

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Lithograph

Adja Yunkers "Cameroon III" Mixed Media
By Adja Yunkers
Located in Detroit, MI
"Cameroon III" is an abstract acrylic collage and mixed media on canvas by the 20th century artist Adja Yunkers. This work is part of his "Cameroon" collage series from the 1970s and...
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1970s Abstract Adja Yunkers

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Fabric, Canvas, Mixed Media

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