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William Conlon,


William Conlon,

"Untitled "

Poster,

15th Annual Community Holiday Festival, 1985.

Signed lower right.  


An example from this series is illustrated in Art at Lincoln Center: The Public Art and List Print and Poster Collections, By Charles A. Riley, II, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts made for the Community Holiday Festival 1985.  It was part of a special commission from Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York.


Dimensions: 69 inches x 46 1/4 inches (framed) x 1 1/2 inches.  55.5 inches x 35 1/2 inches sight.


Provenance: Verso with hand written note on gallery letterhead "ANDRE EMMERICH GALLERY INC"


William Conlon is a New York artist known for large-scale paintings and prints to prominence in the 1980s. He is Professor of Visual Arts and the Director of Visual Arts Department at Fordham University College at Lincoln Center. He has also taught at Hunter College, the University of California Irvine, Brooklyn College and Sarah Lawrence College. He is an active lecturer.


His work rose in prominence beginning in the early 1970s and his work is represented in numerous museum collections, including

 Museum Collections

Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, TX

Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI

Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA


Collections/Commissions

American Telephone and Telegraph, New York, NY

First National City Bank, Houston, TX

International Business Machines, New York, NY

Lehman Brothers, New York, NY

Sherman and Sterling, New York, NY

Vesti Trust, Boston, MA

Pepsico, Purches, NY

Texas Instrument, Dallas, TX

Chemical Bank, New York, NY


Saatchi and Saatchi, Los Angeles, CA – commission

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, List Art Posters, New York, NY – commission








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