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JULIAN SCHNABEL (b. 1951)

 
JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in. JULIAN SCHNABEL - Untitled - oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth - 96 x 120 in.
Untitled199196 x 120 in. oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth
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Private Collection, Chicago
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<br>Grosse is included in numerous museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and in 2019 was selected for a mural commission at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. "Untitled, 2015" has a prestigious exhibition history, having been included in: Venice Biennale Art, "All the World's Future," 2015 by Okwui Enwezor (curator).  
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