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Marco Spalatin (b. 1945)

Lot 167: MARKO SPALATIN (AMERICAN, B. 1945)

Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers

October 1, 2022
St. Louis, MO, US

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Description

Marko Spalatin
American, b. 1945
Helios X
Acrylic on canvas
Signed and titled to verso. Geometric op art rendering in primary colors with lavender, painted wooden frame with Peter Barlow Gallery, Chicago label to verso.

Provenance: Purchased by Kenneth and Phyllis Langsdorf in 2004 through the Peter Bartlow Gallery in Chicago, IL.

PERMANENT COLLECTIONS
Musée d'Art Moderne — Paris, France
Museum of Modern Art — New York, New York
Tate Gallery — London, England
Bibliothèque National — Paris, France
Victoria & Albert Museum — London, England
Library of Congress — Washington, D.C.
Museum of Contemporary Art — Chicago, Illinois
Metropolitan Museum — Manila, Philippines
Philadelphia Museum of Art — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Butler Institute of American Art — Youngstown, Ohio
Museum of Modern Art — Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Milwaukee Art Museum — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Brooklyn Museum — Brooklyn, New York
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Cleveland Museum of Art — Cleveland, Ohio
Elvehjem Museum of Art — Madison, Wisconsin
Akron Art Institute — Akron, Ohio
Museum of Modern Art — Novi Sad, Yugoslavia
Madison Art Center — Madison, Wisconsin
New York Public Library — New York, New York
Oklahoma Art Center — Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Masur Museum of Art — Monroe, Louisiana
National Arts Club — New York, New York
Albrecht Museum — St. Joseph, Missouri
Billings Art Center — Billings, Montana
National & University Library — Zagreb, Croatia
Rochester Museum of Art — Rochester, New York
Museum of Modern Art — Ljubljana, Slovenia

ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS
1970 Akron Art Institute — Akron, Ohio
1970 Fairweather Hardin Gallery — Chicago, Illinois
1970 Jane Haslem Gallery — Madison, Wisconsin
1971 Madison Art Center — Madison, Wisconsin
1971 Suzanne Kohn Gallery — St. Paul, Minnesota
1971 University of Iowa — Iowa City, Iowa
1971 Galerie Lahumière — Paris, France
1972 Fairweather Hardin Gallery — Chicago, Illinois
1972 Landry-Bonino Gallery — New York, New York
1972 S.C. Gallery — Zagreb, Croatia
1972 Gallery IlI — Montreal, Québec
1972 Daedalus I — Detroit, Michigan
1973 Mathis Gallery — Racine, Wisconsin
1973 Galerie Lahumière — Paris, France
1973 Galerie Regards — Paris, France
1973 University of Wisconsin — Madison, Wisconsin
1974 Galeria Bonino — New York, New York
1974 Habatat Gallery — Dearborn, Michigan
1975 Albrecht Museum — St. Joseph, Missouri
1975 Osprey Gallery — Rochester, New York
1975 Gallery "6" — Wichita, Kansas
1975 National Arts Club — New York, New York
1975 Devorzan Gallery — Los Angeles, California
1975 Fairweather Hardin Gallery — Chicago, Illinois
1975 Studio One — Beirut, Lebanon
1976 Heritage Gallery — Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
1976 Janus Gallery — Washington, D.C.
1976 Thomas Word Gallery — Edina, Minnesota
1976 The Gallery — Tampa, Florida
1976 Creative Gallery — Seattle, Washington
1976 G. McCleaf Gallery — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1976 Editions — Houston, Texas
1977 Madison Art Center — Madison, Wisconsin
1977 Fanny Garver Gallery — Madison, Wisconsin
1978 Source Gallery — San Francisco, California
1978 Dee Erlien Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1980 Gilman Galleries — Chicago, lllinois
1981 Posner Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1981 Seuferer Chosy Gallery — Madison, Wisconsin
1983 Gallery 200 — Columbus, Ohio
1984 Galeria La Feluca — Rome, Italy
1984 Posner Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1984 Galeria Labirint — Ljubljana, Slovenia
1985 Swearingen Gallery — Louisville, Kentucky
1985 Gallery 200 — Columbus, Ohio
1985 Horace Williams House — Chapel Hill, North Carolina
1985 Jane Haslem Gallery — Washington, D.C.
1986 Rodin Gallery — St. Louis, Missouri
1987 Reece Gallery — New York, New York
1987 Grace Chosy Gallery — Madison, Wisconsin
1988 Posner Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1988 Horace Williams House — Chapel Hill, North Carolina
1989 National & University Library — Zagreb, Croatia
1989 Denis Conley Gallery — Akron, Ohio
1990 Syd Entel Gallery — Tampa, Florida
1990 Cumberland Gallery — Nashville, Tennessee
1991 Mangel Gallery — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1992 Denis Conley Gallery — Akron, Ohlo
1994 Editions Limited Gallery — lndianapolis, Indiana
1995 The Butler Institute of American Art — Youngstown, Ohio
1997 DeLind Fine Art Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1999 Uzelac Gallery — Pontiac, Michigan
1999 DeLind Fine Art Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2000 Denis Conley Gallery — Akron, Ohio
2000 Metropolitan Art — Dodgeville, Wisconsin
2001 Atelier Gallery — Madison, New Jersey
2002 DeLind Fine Art Gallery — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2003 Croatian Academy of Art — Zagreb, Croatia
2004 Denis Conley Gallery — Akron, Ohio
2004 Fairfield Art Museum — Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
2004 Reece Galleries — New York, New York

Dimensions

Stretcher: 14 1/2 x 14 1/4 in. (36.83 x 36.20 cm.), frame: 15 1/4 x 15 in. (38.74 x 38.10 cm.)

Artist or Maker

Marko Spalatin

Medium

Acrylic on canvas

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