Artist: Nadezda Prvulovic (Croatian, b. 1930)
Medium: Gouache on paper
Size: 109 1/2 by 59 inches (278.1 by 149.9 cm)
Signed and dated lower right: Prvulovic 97
Signed, titled, and dated verso: N. Prvulovic / Jan 1997 / Kazan
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF ROBERT GINGOLD
Condition: Comes rolled; not framed; no major apparent condition issues. Comes with (with Rolled Up Blue Ribbon.
About the artist: For nearly half a century, Croatian-born, Houston-based artist Nadezda Prvulovic has created paintings that are inspired by her first sight of abandoned melting cauldrons upon a visit to the steel factories in Thionville, France. Nadezda Prvulovic studied painting and sculpture at the University of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, and Montenegro. Upon emigrating to France, she studied at the School Andre Lotin in Paris, and worked there for two years with sculptor Ossip Zadkine in his studio. Prvulovic’s work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the United States. The artist has been living in Texas since the mid 1980’s, and also maintains a residence in New York City. Selected Public Collections Museum of Modern Art, Paris, France Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Serbia Contemporary Art Museum, Ljubljana, Slovenia Gallery of Modern Art, Dubrovnik, Croatia Gallery of Modern Art, Zagreb, Croatia El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX Texas Commercial Bank, Houston, TX Texas A&M University, College Station, TX International Finance Corp./World Bank, Washington D.C. Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD Historic Savage Mill, Savage, MD Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA Museum of Iron, Jarville, France City of Thionville, Thionville, France F.N.A.C., Paris, France City of Paris, Paris, France Kritzraedthuis Museum, Sittard, Holland De Koornmarkspoort Museum, Kampen, Holland Neue Galerie am Landezmuseum, Graz, Austria (Thanks to Anya Tish Gallery in Houston, Texas)
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