For your consideration, a rare vintage 1975 poster "Antarctic" by Daniel S. Lang (1935-). The poster is of a painting painted in Antarctica in 1975 on a visit sponsored by the National Science Foundation to celebrate the American Bicentennial. The poster measures 70cm x 51cm and is in excellent condition with no stains, foxing, creases, or repairs. The work is housed in its original 79cm x 52cm Plexiglas gallery frame; the frame is in good vintage condition with some scratches, and one small damaged piece of Plexiglas on one side.
Daniel Lang was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1935. First attending Northwestern University, Lang earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tulsa. Underscoring his postgraduate studies are a Master of Fine Arts degree from University of Iowa, four Yaddo Fellowships*, and two MacDowell Colony* Fellowships.?? A cosmopolitan painter, Lang's bases his invented landscapes on sketches and snapshots from his global travels. Rolando Bellini calls his paintings "intellectual autobiographies."
International public collections include The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England, and Hunterian Art Gallery, The University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland. Lang has soloed in art galleries in Belgium, England, Italy, Scotland, and West Germany, and in New York, Houston, and Chicago. Public collections coast to coast exhibit his work -- from The Museum of Modern Art, New York, to the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. Collectors, colleges and corporations, including American Telephone and Telegraph, Chase Manhattan Bank, Pennzoil, and Prudential Life Insurance, also collect his work.
In 1986, Galleria BelloSguardo, Cagli, Italy, and Sherry French Gallery, New York, New York, co-published the book entitledDANIEL LANG: Trees/Water/Silence, A Selection of Paintings from 1975 through 1986. In an excerpt, author John Arthur observes: "In Daniel Lang's paintings we can chart a tendency toward a new Romanticism that has begun to appear in divergent corners of the contemporary scene...??Lang's proclivity for unabashed beauty and sensuality demonstrates that he has come to terms with his imagery and feels no need to confront or hold his audience at arm's length. Whether his work is Postmodern or traditional is not the point. What matters is the strength and authenticity of his vision...??The unguarded ease with which one accepts Lang's work as accurate descriptions of the real world is a deception that leads the viewer without suspicion into these landscapes of the mind. What has been "believed" as a parallel to "reality" is, in fact, closer to the fabric of dreams.
?Since 1978, Lang spends six months in New York City and the other half of the year in the small medieval village of Montone in Umbria, Italy. He is currently Adjunct Professor at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
??Daniel Lang first established his reputation as an etcher* and draughtsman*. In 1995, he collaborated with Stewart & Stewart to do his first work in screenprint* at the Wing Lake Studio, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2003 Rocca di Umbertide Centro per L'Arte Centemporanea, Umbertide, Italy 2000 MB Modern Gallery, New York, New York 1999 In a Tender Light: Works in Tulsa Collections by Daniel Lang, Alexandre Hogue Gallery and The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma 1997 Bridgewater/Lustberg Gallery, New York, New York 1995 Galerie Hertz, Louisville, Kentucky 1994 Alexandre Hogue Gallery, The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma 1993 Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri London Art Fair, London, England 1992 Civic Gallery, Urbino, Italy 1991 Hokin Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida American Stock Exchange, New York, New York 1988 Really Dreaming, two-man traveling exhibition with Daniel Chard: The Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma The Phillips Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Quincy Art Association, Quincy, Illinois William Hardie, Ltd.: The Andrew Grant Gallery, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh (two-person show with Jon Schueler), Scotland 1984 Sherry French Gallery, New York, New York 1982 Meredith Long Gallery, Houston, Texas David Findlay Jr. Fine Art, New York, New York Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland 1981 Galleria II Bisonte, Florence, Italy Watson/de Nagy Gallery, Houston, Texas David Findlay Gallery, New York, New York 1980 Fairweather Hardin Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1979 Fischbach Gallery, New York, New York Graphik International GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany 1978 Alexandra Monett Gallery, Brussels, Belgium 1977 Fischbach Gallery, New York, New York 1975 Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer, New York, New York 1974 Arthur Tooth and Sons, London, England 1972 French and Company, New York, New York 1970 Arthur Tooth and Sons, London, England
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2003 Rocca di Umbertide Centro per L'Arte Contemporanea, Italy 2002 Beyond the Apple and Bottle: Still Life Invitational, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas The Print Fair, Stewart & Stewart Publishers, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY 2001 The Print Fair, Stewart & Stewart Publishers, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY 2000 The Print Fair, Stewart & Stewart Publishers, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY 1998 Coast to Coast I, MD Modern Gallery, Houston, Texas The City, MB Modern Gallery, New York, New York The Print Fair, Stewart & Stewart Publishers, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY 1997 London Art Show, London, England Glasgow Art Fair, Glasgow, Scotland 1996 The Print Fair, Stewart & Stewart Publishers, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY Christmas Exhibition, W. H. Patterson Gallery, London, England 1995 The Print Fair, Stewart & Stewart Publishers, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY Prints Published by Stewart & Stewart, Milwaukee Art Center 1994 Flower Paintings, Babcock Gallery, New York, New York American Realism & Figurative Painting, The Cline Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1993 Landscape: Left to Right, Landfall Press, Chicago, IL Still Life 1963-1993, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1992 Contemporary American Landscapes, Art du Monde, Tokyo, Japan 1990 Group Exhibition, Berkeley Square Gallery, London 1988 Review/Preview, Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri 1986 Landscape, Seascape, Cityscape, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans and New York Academy of Art The Chair, Gallery Henoch, New York Still Life: Life that is Still, Sherry French Gallery, New York, New York 1985 Small Works, Bank of Boston, Massachusetts Territori della Memoria, Galleria Bello Squardo, Cagli, Italy 1983 New Landscape, One Penn Plaza, New York, New York Paintings on Paper, Frumkin and Struve 1981 Paintings on the Park, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, New York 1978 Painterly Realism, Watson/de Nagy Gallery, Houston, Texas 1976 Urban Aesthetics, The Queens Museum, Flushing, New York America 1976. A bicentennial exhibition sponsored by the United States Department of the Interior. Traveled to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford; Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Fort Worth Museum; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; and The Brooklyn Museum. 1973/4 A Sense of Place, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha and The Sheldon Memorial Art Galleries, Lincoln, Nebraska
SELECTED COLLECTIONS Museum of Modern Art, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art: Thomas J. Watson, Library, New York The New York Public Library Nelson Rockefeller Collection, New York The Brooklyn Museum The Library of Congress The Smithsonian Institution American Museum of Art Newark Museum of Art The Boston Public Library Mount Holyoke College Art Museum Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City Denver Art Museum Dallas Museum of Art High Museum of Art, Atlanta California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Williamsburg Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York Utah Museum of Fine Art, Salt Lake City Illinois State Museum, Springfield Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph The Victoria and Albert Museum, London Hunterian Art Gallery, The University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland The Chase Manhattan Bank Collection, New York and London Chemical Bank, New York Standard Charter Bank, New York Schroder Trust Company, New York Citibank, New York IBM Corporation, New York Equitable Life Insurance American Express, New York Deloitte, Haskins, and Sells, New York Otis Elevator, New York American Telephone and Telegraph, New York Heublin Inc., New York Lanvin-Charles of the Ritz, New York American Can Corporation, New York Teachers Insurance, New York J. C. Penney Corporation Frenkel and Company, New York ATT Long Lines Art Du Monde, Tokyo
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