1973 New York Knoedler Exhibition Framed Poster, featured in New York Times
1973 New York Knoedler Exhibition Framed Poster, featured multiple times in the New York Times
One of the most important exhibitions in Art history.
"Forty‐one important paintings from the Soviet Union, including works by Matisse, Cézanne, Picasso and Van Gogh, will be shipped to the United States next month for showing in the Knoedler Gallery here." -The New York Times, Feb 6, 1973
"It is all very exciting, but it is also all very curious, that this particular group of works of art, almost all of them collected by two rich bourgeois esthetes before the Russian Revolution, subsequently seized and nationalized and even officially stigmatized for many years as examples of degenerate capitalist art, should be chosen as cultural ambassadors from the Soviet Union to this country. " - The New York Times, May 3, 1973
In great shape. Ready to hang.
36.5" Tall X 19.25" Wide