Craig Kauffman, ‘#1-8’, 1994-1995, Phillips
Craig Kauffman, ‘#1-8’, 1994-1995, Phillips
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Craig Kauffman

#1-8, 1994-1995

Plexiglas and lacquer
31 3/10 × 21 3/10 × 4 4/5 in
79.4 × 54 × 12.3 cm
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Property from a Distinguished New York Collection

Property from a Distinguished New York Collection

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Signed, titled and dated "#1-8 RC Kauffman 94-95" on the reverse
Craig Kauffman
American, 1932–2010
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Best known for his lozenge-shaped plastic wall reliefs, or “bubbles,” Craig Kauffman was a major …

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Best known for his lozenge-shaped plastic wall reliefs, or “bubbles,” Craig Kauffman was a major figure in the Southern Californian art world of the 1950s and ’60s and part of the original stable of artists associated with the renowned Ferus Gallery. Kauffman painted atop (and sometimes behind) translucent, …

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Craig Kauffman, ‘#1-8’, 1994-1995, Phillips
Craig Kauffman, ‘#1-8’, 1994-1995, Phillips
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About the work
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Property from a Distinguished New York Collection

Property from a Distinguished New York Collection

Signature
Signed, titled and dated "#1-8 RC Kauffman 94-95" on the reverse
Craig Kauffman
American, 1932–2010
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Best known for his lozenge-shaped plastic wall reliefs, or “bubbles,” Craig Kauffman was a major …

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Best known for his lozenge-shaped plastic wall reliefs, or “bubbles,” Craig Kauffman was a major figure in the Southern Californian art world of the 1950s and ’60s and part of the original stable of artists associated with the renowned Ferus Gallery. Kauffman painted atop (and sometimes behind) translucent, …

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Craig Kauffman

#1-8, 1994-1995

Plexiglas and lacquer
31 3/10 × 21 3/10 × 4 4/5 in
79.4 × 54 × 12.3 cm
Bidding closed