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Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature


Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature

Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature    Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature
Zuckerman Allison 2014 Original Unique FIRST EVER? Message me for a clear and unaltered images. It is dated 1/2/2014, was bought in Harrisburg out of her parents home.

As a seminal and very unique work its shows very clearly Zuckerman's raw emerging style. It is my personal opinion. She was happy to finally sell something! Zuckerman would not be the first artist that created a piece of art that she was not satisfied with and had regret creating.

Picasso was known for a fact to have painted over previous works as he changed his styles later in his artistic career. Is unusual in that he blocked out the early work and turned the canvas on its side before painting the linear still life we now see today. Inaddition Picasso even painted over other artists paintings similar to Zuckerman using images iconic images ofDisneycharacters. The provenance is known as it was bought directly from Allison Zuckerman, paid forin cash, (well before she was famous) in her parents' home. What makes this earliest and untitled work ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE?

FIRST: it isdated1/2/2014 BEFORE she graduated from Art School. It is her very earliest painting bought out of the family home in Harrisburg PA for cash back in the day by a family acquaintance, as her very first sale.

As such, it shows hints of her amazing innovative style that would emerge and develop over the years. SECOND: and most remarkable it has her FULL signature. Zuckerman' as her current work is signed. In fact in my research, I have not seen ANY of her other work signed with her FULL signature. AND it is signed on THE FRONG.....

THIRD is the size: it is the one of the largest of her artistic creations at 48" X 58". This will be a commanding piece to display in any collection. FOURTH: It is painted and composed on.

FIFTH: Unlike her later works it is almost completely painted with DECOUPAGE OVER. There is decoupage (see the side showing the painting edge on), and it is rougher or less polished than her later work.

And it is less cut and paste, less digitalized, and less hybridized but with obvious indications of what is (or was) to come as her distinctive unique style is in process and emerging. It shows raw or emerging talent, a young artist. SIXTH: It is more like a decoupage, or 3-D creation protruding or sticking out from the surface than her flat THINNER 2 dimensional later works. The ears especially stick out prominently by inches from the surface (which I have attempted to show with images taken from the side) than her later works, giving it far more texture or depth than her later works, which are flatter and less 3 dimensional.

The ears on the head appear to be pantyhose which were layered and then painted. Simply said, it delightfully protrudes MUCH HIGHER AND FAR MORENOTICEABLY then her flatter later work! SEVENTH: it is ONE of ONE, an only. Unlike many of Zuckerman's later works, which are multiple prints this painting is'1 of 10'. This painting is singular and unique. One condition of the original sale in 1/2/2014 the mother Mrs. Zuckerman HAD the right to match the sale price. So prior to this listing, this painting was offered to Mrs. Zuckerman who had the right to repurchase it. Allison Zuckerman is a most remarkable American contemporary artiste' and one of the most exciting young creative and innovative talents producing such spectacular works today. Her creations meld the masters paintings and pop culture as their point of inspiration, utilizing both paint and digitally engineered images to create satiric and caustic portraits filled with social insight and criticism. The results are incredibly vibrant collages that arrest the eye and challenge the mind with paint, fragments of old master pieces, and iconic fresh pop art in a delightful amalgamation.

Zuckerman demonstrates superb command of shape and color with enchanting influences of Picasso, Warhol, and Rembrandt seemingly alternating between deference and disrespect. When Zuckerman was posited with challenging the masters, she replied. The answer lies somewhere in the middle'.

"It's like I'm inviting them to the party, but then roasting them at the same time, " she says. There's no denying the contributions and significance of these artists; it's about pointing out the inequalities that they have benefited from-unintentionally or intentionally. There's a level of admiration that I definitely feel, but it's also about saying,'Well, you're not going to get away with it anymore.

Zuckerman attended the Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art in 2011, attained a BA from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012, and received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015. Allison was discovered by the Kravets Wheby Gallery on Instagram, where her fresh and innovative work attracted discriminating art patrons Don and Mera Rubell, who after purchasing over 20 pieces offered her a residency at their family foundation.

This is an ABSOLUTE sale. Authenticity has been verified and is guaranteed. This original earliest painting is totally unlike anything else! When boxed it will be 95 pounds and measure 54" X 65"X 8. Areas of damage: This was painted directly on plywood and originally mounted to the wall using screws.

I have shown before and after of the screw hole repairs. As her first or earliest work it appears to be rough or unpolished.

In this early painting Zuckerman is obviously finding her footing, exploring and discovering her style. There are four close up images or sections of each quadrant of the painting.

I can also take and post additional images at your request. It is dated 1/2/2014, was bought in Harrisburg Pennsylvania USA out of the parents home. As a seminal and very unique work it shows very clearly Zuckerman's early and emerging style. The Consignee is motivated to complete the sale and certainly OPEN TO OFFERS. There is NO Buyers Premium. I strive to provide detailed information and high quality images in every listing, and I work very hard to provide high quality and excellent service to earn your 5 star feedback. The listing is very specific as to expectations and requirements for both parties. Zuckerman (the mother) as right of first refusal.

This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "exmedic113" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Artist: Zuckerman Allison
  2. Unit of Sale: Single-Piece Work
  3. Signed By: Zuckerman Allison
  4. Size: Large
  5. Date of Creation: 2014
  6. Item Length: 58
  7. Region of Origin: US
  8. Framing: Unframed
  9. Personalize: No
  10. Listed By: Owner
  11. Year of Production: 2014
  12. Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  13. Width (Inches): 48
  14. Item Height: 2
  15. Style: Abstract
  16. Painting Surface: Plywood
  17. Features: One of a Kind (OOAK), Signed
  18. Handmade: Yes
  19. Item Width: 48
  20. Time Period Produced: 2020-Now
  21. Signed: Yes
  22. Color: Multi-Color
  23. Material: Oil
  24. Certificate of Authenticity (COA): No
  25. Subject: Nudes
  26. Type: Painting
  27. COA Issued By: Bill of Sale
  28. Height (Inches): 58
  29. Production Technique: Oil Painting
  30. Country/Region of Manufacture: United States


Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature    Zuckerman Allison's FIRST EVER Original Unique Painting 2014 Full Signature