The painting is rendered in his recognizable and peculiar manner and style which are in fact impossible to forge. Signed on lower front and/or back side (see on photo).
The artwork is not framed.
Mark Kremer's painting "New York. Manhattan. 1939" has a special story of its creation which leads us to the beginning of XX century. In 1939 his Father, Veniamin Kremer (1899 - 1978) took part in New York World’s Fair and being the Head Artist chaired the Soviet Union pavilion. New York, its atmosphere and culture left indelible impressions in painters’ heart .Back home Kremer Sr. shared them with Mark together with innumerable number of sketches which he made during his visit to Unites States. Following fathers love for New York Mark has created a series of works about this wonderful city. He managed to reflect and transmit the atmosphere which was wafted by his father`s stories about New York so paintings were done in unique picturesque manner of the beginning of XX century. The dynamic rhythms of this work brings us to the real days of New Your life.
Mark Kremer was born in 1928 in Pushkin, the suburb of Leningrad, USSR (presently Saint Petersburg, Russia). The artist has been a member of the Russian Union of Artists since 1956. He was a Party Secretary of Art Foundation of USSR. Kremer was a student of such outstanding artists as P. Buchkin, R. Franz, A. Lubimov.
|Size||35x45 cm (13.8" x 17.7")|
|Date of Creation||1999|
|Size Type||Medium (Up to 30in.)|