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Jene Highstein, Untitled pastel and chalk painting , 1982

Jene Highstein
$5,500.00

Jene Highstein

Untitled pastel and chalk painting , 1982

Pastel and Chalk on Paper. Hand Signed. Dated. Framed with Albright Knox Gallery and Oscarsson Hood Gallery
43 × 35 × 1 1/2 in
109.2 × 88.9 × 3.8 cm
 
This is a Unique work
 

Original hand signed pastel and chalk drawing, with rich dazzling colors in original vintage wood frame with gallery labels.
Provenance:
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY rental gallery (with label)
Oscarsson Hood Gallery, New York City (with label)
Measurements:
frame: 43 x 34.75 x 1.5 inches
sheet: 32 × 40 inches
Jene Highstein biography from Danese Corey Gallery:
"For much of his 40-year career as an artist, Jene Highstein has concentrated on variations of archetypal forms such as cones, cylinders and spheres.... Coming of age in the 1970s, with its reappraisal of minimalist imperatives, he has worked with the pristinely geometric and the primordially biomorphic but most characteristically, his sculpture exists in the area between, alluding to both.” [1] “Ultimately, however, he is more of a materialist – even a sensualist – than he is anything else…and has more in common with the classic modernism of Constantine Brancusi and Isamu Noguchi than with Donald Judd...or Sol Lewitt.” [2]

Highstein’s numerous projects include monumental sculptures, towers, pavilions and amphitheaters in both public and private spaces. In 2005, a group of his sculptures was exhibited in Madison Square Park, New York, sponsored by the Madison Square Park coalition. In 2003, Double Pipe Piece (1974) was installed at P.S. 1 MOMA. Highstein is included in the permanent collections of numerous museums among them: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York; the Baltimore Museum of Art; the Dallas Art Museum; the Fogg Museum, Harvard University; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Jene Highstein was born in Baltimore, MD in 1942. He received his BA in Philosophy at the University of Maryland in 1963, and attended the University of Chicago’s postgraduate program in Philosophy from 1963-1965. In 1970, he received a graduate degree from the Royal Academy of Art, London. Highstein lived and worked in New York, until his recent death in 2013.

Condition
Soft creases to sheet, small pinholes to corners. (See photos) Left edge showing paint pigment from artist's working method. Vintage frame.
 
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Hand signed and dated on lower recto (front).
 
Certificate of authenticity
Included
 
Frame
Included
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Jene Highstein

Untitled pastel and chalk painting , 1982

Pastel and Chalk on Paper. Hand Signed. Dated. Framed with Albright Knox Gallery and Oscarsson Hood Gallery
43 × 35 × 1 1/2 in
109.2 × 88.9 × 3.8 cm
 
This is a Unique work
 

Original hand signed pastel and chalk drawing, with rich dazzling colors in original vintage wood frame with gallery labels.
Provenance:
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY rental gallery (with label)
Oscarsson Hood Gallery, New York City (with label)
Measurements:
frame: 43 x 34.75 x 1.5 inches
sheet: 32 × 40 inches
Jene Highstein biography from Danese Corey Gallery:
"For much of his 40-year career as an artist, Jene Highstein has concentrated on variations of archetypal forms such as cones, cylinders and spheres.... Coming of age in the 1970s, with its reappraisal of minimalist imperatives, he has worked with the pristinely geometric and the primordially biomorphic but most characteristically, his sculpture exists in the area between, alluding to both.” [1] “Ultimately, however, he is more of a materialist – even a sensualist – than he is anything else…and has more in common with the classic modernism of Constantine Brancusi and Isamu Noguchi than with Donald Judd...or Sol Lewitt.” [2]

Highstein’s numerous projects include monumental sculptures, towers, pavilions and amphitheaters in both public and private spaces. In 2005, a group of his sculptures was exhibited in Madison Square Park, New York, sponsored by the Madison Square Park coalition. In 2003, Double Pipe Piece (1974) was installed at P.S. 1 MOMA. Highstein is included in the permanent collections of numerous museums among them: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York; the Baltimore Museum of Art; the Dallas Art Museum; the Fogg Museum, Harvard University; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Jene Highstein was born in Baltimore, MD in 1942. He received his BA in Philosophy at the University of Maryland in 1963, and attended the University of Chicago’s postgraduate program in Philosophy from 1963-1965. In 1970, he received a graduate degree from the Royal Academy of Art, London. Highstein lived and worked in New York, until his recent death in 2013.

Condition
Soft creases to sheet, small pinholes to corners. (See photos) Left edge showing paint pigment from artist's working method. Vintage frame.
 
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Hand signed and dated on lower recto (front).
 
Certificate of authenticity
Included
 
Frame
Included

Additional info

Weight: 10.00 LBS
Width: 43.00
Height: 35.00
Depth: 1.50
Max Purchase Qty: 1 unit
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout