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Alfred Gockel Usoc Olympic Celebration Giclee W3
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Alfred Gockel "USOC Olympic Celebration" Hand Signed Limited Edition. Giclee On Canvas. This one is #30 out of #695. The framed print is approx 33 3/4" x 1/2" x 43". Print is approx 20" x 29 1/2". Alfred Alexander Gockel was born in the coal-mining town near Munster, Germany in 1952. Gockel’s first work was published when he was only 8 years old. He planned to become an engineer, but at the age of 16, Gockel began to work in the German coal mines at 700 meters deep. When the mining industry experienced a downturn, many of the town’s inhabitants were left without jobs. The struggle Gockel felt at this time continues to affect his artwork today. Gockel’s experience in the coal mines is a major reason why he uses self-prepared tar in his own acrylics.
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Alfred Gockel Usoc Olympic Celebration Giclee W3

Estimate $2,700 - $5,400
Jul 04, 2022
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0918: Alfred Gockel Usoc Olympic Celebration Giclee W3

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Est. $2,700 - $5,400Starting Price $1,350
July 4, 2022 Auction
Jul 04, 2022 1:00 PM EDT
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Alfred Gockel "USOC Olympic Celebration" Hand Signed Limited Edition. Giclee On Canvas. This one is #30 out of #695. The framed print is approx 33 3/4" x 1/2" x 43". Print is approx 20" x 29 1/2". Alfred Alexander Gockel was born in the coal-mining town near Munster, Germany in 1952. Gockel’s first work was published when he was only 8 years old. He planned to become an engineer, but at the age of 16, Gockel began to work in the German coal mines at 700 meters deep. When the mining industry experienced a downturn, many of the town’s inhabitants were left without jobs. The struggle Gockel felt at this time continues to affect his artwork today. Gockel’s experience in the coal mines is a major reason why he uses self-prepared tar in his own acrylics.

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