Bicentennial Banners
15Nicholas_Krushenick NICHOLAS KRUSHENICK
The Battle of Bull Run

Krushenick’s banner is titled after a Civil War battle, more in reflection of the Bicentennial spirit than of any particular aspect of its form. In style it reflects the paintings of the artist, with its areas of white and bold color delineated by hard black lines. Krushenick is an artist of international stature, whose works hang in public, private and corporate collections throughout the world, from Australia (the University of Sydney’s Power Gallery) to Kalamazoo (the Kalamazoo Art Institute), and from New York (the Metropolitan and Modern Museum) to Holland (Amsterdam’s Stedelik Museum). His paintings were shown in ten major exhibitions in 1975 alone, including the Cologne and Basel Art Fairs and two one-man shows.

He was born in 1932.

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