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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ANN AND GRAHAM GUND

James Robert Valerio
STILL LIFE #2
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 22,500 USD
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365

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ANN AND GRAHAM GUND

James Robert Valerio
STILL LIFE #2
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 22,500 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

Contemporary Curated featuring works from “In Its Own Light: Property from the Collection of Ed Cohen and Victoria Shaw”

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James Robert Valerio
B.1938
STILL LIFE #2
signed and dated 1978 on the reverse
oil on canvas
96 by 116 1/4 in. 243.8 by 295.3 cm.
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Provenance

Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner 

Exhibited

New York, Allan Frumkin Gallery; Boston University Art Gallery, The Big Still Life, June - July 1979, illustrated in color and reproduced as the exhibition poster
San Antonio Museum of Art; Indianapolis Museum of Art; Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art; Tucson Museum of Art, Real, Really Real, and Super Real: Directions in Contemporary American Realism, February 1981 - January 1982
Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum; Buffalo, Albright-Knox Museum; Columbus Museum of Art; Purchase, Neuberger Museum; Portland Art Museum, American Still Life: 1945-1983, September 1983 - December 1984, p. 109, illustrated in color
Evanston, Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Painting at Northwestern: Conger, Paschke, Valerio, January - March 1986, pp. 51 & 56, illustrated and illustrated in color respectively
The Boston Company, Vault Gallery, Contemporary Still Life, December 1987 - February 1988

Literature

Hilton Kramer, “The Return of the Still Life,” New York Times, Art View, 4 March 1979
Frank Goodyear, Contemporary American Realism Since 1960, Philadelphia 1981, p. 43, illustrated in color
Donald B. Kuspit, “What’s Real in Realism,” Art in America, Vol. 69, No. 7, September 1981, p. 90, illustrated in color
Henry Hanson, “NU Professors Show at Block Gallery,” Chicago, February 1986, p. 93, illustrated in color

Contemporary Curated featuring works from “In Its Own Light: Property from the Collection of Ed Cohen and Victoria Shaw”

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New York