Yankel Ginzburg “Candy Store” 80s Pop Art Postmodern Serigraph Framed 49” x 42”

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PALM BEACH ESTATE FIND! Fabulous Yankel Ginzburg serigraphic silkscreen print entitled “Candy Store.” This is a great example of funky 1980s era Pop Art Postmodernism. Overall framed measurements are a whopping 49” wide x 42” tall. It is framed professionally and expensively under glass. The artwork itself measures 34” x 27” within the matte. Overall condition of the print appears excellent. The frame has a few tiny scuffs but nothing I would call major. There is a slight haze on the glass that I believe is on the inside but the artwork is framed well away from the glass so it doesn’t appear to impact or affect the print itself.

PLEASE NOTE: This seems strange, but we were told that the print is signed and numbered under the matte but it was framed to be hung portrait as opposed to landscape as was intended by the artist and the signature is covered up. I have not opened the picture up to confirm this but have no reason to doubt the original owner. With that said, we cannot confirm or deny that this is signed and/or numbered and are selling it AS IS and priced accordingly. Please ask any and all questions prior to offer or purchase.

Yankel Ginzburg is a leading contemporary International painter, sculptor, printmaker, and tapestry artist, Yankel Ginzburg studied art at the prestigious Academy of Art in Tel-Aviv and graduated with honours in 1964. Born in the Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan (Soviet Russia), he immigrated to Israel with his family at a young age and in 1968, he first came to the United States. Yankel Ginzburg's first published prints date from 1970. Most of his earlier graphic art is in the medium of lithography. By 1980, however, Yankel Ginzburg had turned almost completely to the medium of the silk-screen, finding it to be the most suitable method to shape the solid forms and colours which have characterized his art. Art scholars have termed Ginzburg's large and impressive silk-screen prints as both 'post cubist' and 'constructivist'.