This magnificent painting of the famous Planetarium at New York's Museum of Natural History, done in 2001, is by the world's foremost architectural muralist and trompe d'oeil artist, Richard Haas - who, aside from his many artistic distinctions, was profiled several years back by the prestigious CBS News cultural magazine show "Sunday Morning". Excellent condition. Signed and dated and held in artist's original frame and registered with the artist's archives with the inventory number 2001-0500. This work was featured at the The Century Association Professional Painter’s Exhibition Oct 16 – Nov 28, 2001 in New York City. It bears labels from this show as well as the Harmon-Meek Gallery in Naples, Florida on the verso of the frame. In excellent condition. Ready to hang.
23.5 x 31 inches (image)
24.5 x 31.5 inches (framed)
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Signature: Signed and dated on the recto (front). Bears exhibition label from the Century Club in New York City, and a separate label the Harmon-Meek Gallery in Naples, Florida on the verso of the frame.
The Century Association Professional Painter’s Exhibition,
Oct 16 – Nov 28, 2001
Below is the link to WATCH CBS News magazine's Sunday Morning's profile of renowned architectural muralist Richard Haas:
About Richard Haas
American, b. 1936, Spring Green, WI, United States, based in New York, NY, United States