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W. Carl Burger Painting

Documentation Signed
Documentation Notes Signed and directly from the artist.
Origin United States, New Jersey
Period 2000-2019
Materials Oil on Canvas
W. 72 in; H. 48 in; H.2. 2 in;
W. 182.88 cm; H. 121.92 cm; H.2. 5.08 cm;
Condition New.
Creation Date 2019
Description W. Carl Burger Painting Title "Industrial #7" 2019 Oil on Canvas
Extremely significant as one of his last large works created at age 90. Size 48 x 72
At age 90 Carl has just recently put down his brush. Only 3 paintings of his modern works in this size 48 x 72 are available.
W. Carl Burger - 1925 American Artist , Abstract Expressionism, noted work in Oil and Water color.
A lifetime artist with established collections held in The Butler Institute of American Art Museum, The Budapest Museum of fine Arts, The Morris Museum, The Noyes Museum of Art, The New Jersey State Museum, Newark Museum, and The Princeton University Art Museum. With also noted corporate collections including British Airways, Warner Communications, American Telephone and Telegraph, Johnson & Johnson, Nabisco World Headquarters, Schering-Plough, Ortho Pharmaceuticals and countless private collections.

W. Carl Burger began receiving awards early in his career. Several to note, The annual award for contemporary art by Marcel Duchamp, Grumbacher Award, Windsor Newton Award, Salmagundi Autobahn Artists, Ailed artists, National Arts Club, New Jersey Water Color Society, and recently in 2016 was the first artist to receive The New Jersey Master Artist Award. Carl has also found his way to TV, having been the subject for two NJN Public Television Documentary’s, in 2009 “State of the Arts”, 2016 “Urge to Paint” and also featured in “New Jersey Artists Through Time” a book by Tova Navarra 2014. During his lengthy career having exhibits including Lincoln Center, the National Academy of Design New York, the Philadelphia Art Museum, the Smithsonian Institute, the New Jersey State Museum, the Morris Museum and international exhibits in Budapest and Germany
Styles / Movements Abstract Expressionism
200 Lex Booth Number 62
Dealer Reference Number AJGCB28
Incollect Reference Number 396724
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