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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT PAINTING SOUVENIR SUBWAY ART POSTCARD COLLECTION (SAMO-TRIPLE CROWN)

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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT PAINTING SOUVENIR SUBWAY ART POSTCARD COLLECTION (SAMO-TRIPLE CROWN)
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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT PAINTING SOUVENIR SUBWAY ART POSTCARD COLLECTION (SAMO-TRIPLE CROWN)
Read Description - See all photos pleaseHand Painted N York SAMO Collection-No ReserveJean-Michel Basquiat was born on December 22, 1960, in Brooklyn, New York. He first attracted attention for his graffiti under the name "SAMO" in New York City. He sold sweatshirts and postcards featuring his artwork on the streets before his painting career took off. He collaborated with Andy Warhol in the mid-1980s, which resulted in a show of their work. Basquiat died on August 12, 1988, in New York City.Jean-Michele Basquiat NYC Street Art Portrait Painting Postcard.Original Hand Painting on Thick Cardboard. Approx Measurements: 4 x 6 inches.Great Collector Investment Piece. PostCard SAMO Portfolio Collection Stamped on Back. It is being sold in the manner or style of the artist.Without formal provenance authenticity attribution or documents.
No reserve. Provenance: W. N. York Private Collection. This painting has been in the same collector for many years.Low Staring Price.
Jean-Michel BasquiatPainter, Artist(1960?1988)Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat was born in Brooklyn, New York, on December 22, 1960. With a Haitian-American father and a Puerto Rican mother, Basquiat's diverse cultural heritage was one of his many sources of inspiration.
A self-taught artist, Basquiat began drawing at an early age on sheets of paper his father, an accountant, brought home from the office. As he delved deeper into his creative side, his mother strongly encouraged to pursue artistic talents.
Basquiat first attracted attention for his graffiti in New York City in the late 1970s, under the name "SAMO." Working with a close friend, he tagged subway trains and Manhattan buildings with cryptic aphorisms.In 1977, Basquiat quit high school a year before he was slated to graduate. To make ends meet, he sold sweatshirts and postcards featuring his artwork on the streets of his native New York.
Three years of struggle gave way to fame in 1980, when his work was featured in a group show. His work and style received critical acclaim for the fusion of words, symbols, stick figures, and animals. Soon, his paintings came to be adored by an art loving public that had no problem paying as much as $50,000 for a Basquiat original.His rise coincided with the emergence of a new art movement, Neo-Expressionism, ushering in a wave of new, young and experimental artists that included Julian Schnabel and Susan Rothenberg.In the mid 1980s, Basquiat collaborated with famed pop artist Andy Warhol, which resulted in a show of their work that featured a series of corporate logos and cartoon characters.On his own, Basquiat continued to exhibit around the country and the world. In 1986, he traveled to Africa for a show in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. That same year, the 25-year-old exhibited nearly 60 paintings at the Kestner-Gesellschaft Gallery in Hanover, Germany?becoming the youngest artist to ever showcase his work there.
As his popularity soared, so did Basquiat's personal problems. By the mid-1980s, friends became increasingly concerned by his excessive drug use. He became paranoid and isolated himself from the world around him for long stretches. Desperate to kick a heroin addiction, he left New York for Hawaii in 1988, returning a few months later and claiming to be sober.
Sadly, he wasn't. Basquiat died of a drug overdose on August 12, 1988, in New York City. He was 27 years old. Although his art career was brief, Jean-Michel Basquiat has been credited with bringing the African-American and Latino experience in the elite art world.
After his death, the artist was back in the spotlight in May 2017 when a Japanese billionaire bought ?Untitled,? a 1982 painting of a skull, for $110.5 million at a Sotheby?s auction. The sale set a records for the highest price for a work by an American artist and for an artwork created after 1980. It was also the highest price for a painting by Basquiat and by a black artist. Credit to BiographyNOTE: No Basquiat souvenir work has been authenticated by any source. Curator verification available 2038, 50 years after artist's death. Graffiti Portrait Postcard Subway Art Case.
PROVENANCE: W, NEW YORK Private collectionWE PACK AND SHIP FOR YOU. WE TAKE CARE OF THE SHIPPING SERVICES IN HOUSE .We ship via UPS and USPS. Items are shipped with full insurance.
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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT PAINTING SOUVENIR SUBWAY ART POSTCARD COLLECTION (SAMO-TRIPLE CROWN)

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1020: JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT PAINTING SOUVENIR SUBWAY ART POSTCARD COLLECTION (SAMO-TRIPLE CROWN)
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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT PAINTING SOUVENIR SUBWAY ART POSTCARD COLLECTION (SAMO-TRIPLE CROWN)
Read Description - See all photos pleaseHand Painted N York SAMO Collection-No ReserveJean-Michel Basquiat was born on December 22, 1960, in Brooklyn, New York. He first attracted attention for his graffiti under the name "SAMO" in New York City. He sold sweatshirts and postcards featuring his artwork on the streets before his painting career took off. He collaborated with Andy Warhol in the mid-1980s, which resulted in a show of their work. Basquiat died on August 12, 1988, in New York City.Jean-Michele Basquiat NYC Street Art Portrait Painting Postcard.Original Hand Painting on Thick Cardboard. Approx Measurements: 4 x 6 inches.Great Collector Investment Piece. PostCard SAMO Portfolio Collection Stamped on Back. It is being sold in the manner or style of the artist.Without formal provenance authenticity attribution or documents.
No reserve. Provenance: W. N. York Private Collection. This painting has been in the same collector for many years.Low Staring Price.
Jean-Michel BasquiatPainter, Artist(1960?1988)Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat was born in Brooklyn, New York, on December 22, 1960. With a Haitian-American father and a Puerto Rican mother, Basquiat's diverse cultural heritage was one of his many sources of inspiration.
A self-taught artist, Basquiat began drawing at an early age on sheets of paper his father, an accountant, brought home from the office. As he delved deeper into his creative side, his mother strongly encouraged to pursue artistic talents.
Basquiat first attracted attention for his graffiti in New York City in the late 1970s, under the name "SAMO." Working with a close friend, he tagged subway trains and Manhattan buildings with cryptic aphorisms.In 1977, Basquiat quit high school a year before he was slated to graduate. To make ends meet, he sold sweatshirts and postcards featuring his artwork on the streets of his native New York.
Three years of struggle gave way to fame in 1980, when his work was featured in a group show. His work and style received critical acclaim for the fusion of words, symbols, stick figures, and animals. Soon, his paintings came to be adored by an art loving public that had no problem paying as much as $50,000 for a Basquiat original.His rise coincided with the emergence of a new art movement, Neo-Expressionism, ushering in a wave of new, young and experimental artists that included Julian Schnabel and Susan Rothenberg.In the mid 1980s, Basquiat collaborated with famed pop artist Andy Warhol, which resulted in a show of their work that featured a series of corporate logos and cartoon characters.On his own, Basquiat continued to exhibit around the country and the world. In 1986, he traveled to Africa for a show in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. That same year, the 25-year-old exhibited nearly 60 paintings at the Kestner-Gesellschaft Gallery in Hanover, Germany?becoming the youngest artist to ever showcase his work there.
As his popularity soared, so did Basquiat's personal problems. By the mid-1980s, friends became increasingly concerned by his excessive drug use. He became paranoid and isolated himself from the world around him for long stretches. Desperate to kick a heroin addiction, he left New York for Hawaii in 1988, returning a few months later and claiming to be sober.
Sadly, he wasn't. Basquiat died of a drug overdose on August 12, 1988, in New York City. He was 27 years old. Although his art career was brief, Jean-Michel Basquiat has been credited with bringing the African-American and Latino experience in the elite art world.
After his death, the artist was back in the spotlight in May 2017 when a Japanese billionaire bought ?Untitled,? a 1982 painting of a skull, for $110.5 million at a Sotheby?s auction. The sale set a records for the highest price for a work by an American artist and for an artwork created after 1980. It was also the highest price for a painting by Basquiat and by a black artist. Credit to BiographyNOTE: No Basquiat souvenir work has been authenticated by any source. Curator verification available 2038, 50 years after artist's death. Graffiti Portrait Postcard Subway Art Case.
PROVENANCE: W, NEW YORK Private collectionWE PACK AND SHIP FOR YOU. WE TAKE CARE OF THE SHIPPING SERVICES IN HOUSE .We ship via UPS and USPS. Items are shipped with full insurance.
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