Bullfighters, & Bulls by Edgar Allen Stareck
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"Bullfighters: Matadors and Bulls"
by Edgar Allen Stareck
Surreal scene. Signed Stareck. Framed and lined oil on brown masonite painting. It measures 10" X 30". (Frame outer dimensions are 14 1/2" X 41 3/4"). Dates to about 1960. It is in extremely fine condition.
Edgar Allen Stareck (1917-1987) was born in Benton, Kansas. He studied at the University of Kansas at Lawrence. He exhibited at the Kansas Free Fair in 1939. and the Midwestern Artists Exhibition in 1940. Having achieved some level of success in his native Kansas he relocated to New York City in 1940. He studied at the Art Students League in 1948. He traveled in North North Africa and Italy, making sketches and watercolors.
His paintings have appeared in numerous New York City art galleries. He twice won first place in New York's Washington Square Outdoor Art Show. On April 7, 1972 one of his paintings served as a first day cover design on a United Nation's envelope commemorating World Health Day.
In 1953 his studio was listed at 503 Sixth Ave at 13th St, NY, NY (Murray Hill 9-6670). He was essentially a Greenwich Village artist. His themes vary between modernesque mid 20th century NYC cityscapes, abstracts (surreals) and animals.
He is listed in Artprice, Askart, Artfact, Artnet and Findartinfo.
Great For Any Mid Century Modern Room or Setting
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