Nicholas Krushenick Works Online
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Original works by Nicholas Krushenick available for purchase at art galleries worldwideMuseums and Public Art Galleries Worldwide:
Art Institute of Chicago NEW!Art Market:
Dallas Museum of Art, Texas NEW!
(There is a "Download" link for zooming in on some works, but confusingly this may take a while to become active)
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco NEW!
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City NEW!
Museum of Modern Art, New York City
2 works online when last checked
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. NEW!
Includes a biography of the artist
Akron Art Museum, Ohio NEW!
(Click on the "View objects by this artist" link)
Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Currier Gallery of Art, New Hampshire
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, Connecticut
Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum
A total of 10 works online
Walker Art Center, Minnesota
(e.g. records of past sales at auction; sites providing examples of the artist's signature)
Christie's Past Sale ArchivePictures from Image Archives:
(database goes as far back as 1991; images go about as far back as 1999)
Sotheby's Sold Lot Archive
(database goes as far back as 1998; images where permitted by copyright go about as far back as 2001)
California State University WorldImages DatabaseMiscellaneous Sites:
Gold Finger, 1964
Ciudad de la Pintura (in Spanish)
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Repository of Abstract ArtArticles and Reference Sites:
Boston Tea Party, 1975
Union List of Artist Names (Getty Museum)
Reference sheet with basic information about the artist and pointers to other references.
Wikipedia, the "Open Content" Encyclopedia
Nicholas Krushenick at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art, Washington D.C.
1968 interview from the Oral History project