Steve Kaufman (American, 1960-2010) "Vegas Crooner" (Frank Sinatra) Oil Painting, Screenprint with Hand Embellishment on Canvas. Part of the "The Legacy Suite". Signed "SAK", Numbered - # 13/75. Measures - 35" high x 31" wide. Kaufman's artwork hangs in the White House, the Smithsonian, as well as hundreds of other public and private collections around the world. He has made a name for himself in the art world and market and is internationally acclaimed as the new pop artist. Kaufman is the first American artist to be asked to create portraits for two European masters. Kaufman has been featured on Fox TV and MTV, and was the winner of the Underground Artist of the Year award for creating 55 racial harmony murals. He also created an AIDS Memorial in New York City, and a Meals on Wheels mural on the walls of the famous Spago Restaurant in Los Angeles. Steve Kaufman's work was authorized by the Sinatra Family, "Andy Warhol never painted Frank Sinatra, so when Steve Kaufman contacted us, I told my father his portrait was going to be painted by Steve Kaufman, he was so happy" - Tina Sinatra.