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Details: Still-Life Painting SALVATORE GRIPPI OIL ON BOARD 1962 Artist Signed Abstract Expressionist New York School Original Artwork Decorative Art Ithaca NY Unique

This oil on board abstract expressionist still-life is signed by its creator, noted New York School artist Salvatore Grippi, and dated 1962.

The piece measures approximately 14" x 12.5".

Worth Auctions is pleased to be offering a number of rare works by the important New York School painter Salvatore Grippi, who worked and exhibited alongside the likes of de Kooning, Nevelson, and Kline during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s. In 1968, Grippi established the art department at Ithaca College, where he taught until 1991. In 2011, he was honored with a solo retrospective at Cornell University's Johnson Museum of Art. This was the last time that Grippi's work was displayed in his hometown - until now. Worth Auctions is pleased and proud to be offering Grippi’s works to the public. He was a significant figure in postwar abstraction and his work from this period has graced the walls of MoMA, the Whitney, and the Met but has seldom appeared at auction. It is fitting that these pieces are being shown and sold here in Ithaca, where Grippi taught and maintained a studio for most of his career, while they are also visible to collectors all over the world.

Please attend our live sale to view this painting and other interesting artwork in person.
Condition / Notes: This piece shows nicely displaying only a typical range of age and wear indications.

The stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $10.50

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Still-Life Painting SALVATORE GRIPPI OIL ON BOARD 1962

Estimate $100 - $250Feb 11, 2018
The Galleries at Worth Asset Brokerage
2085 Dryden Rd
Freeville, NY 13068
United States
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