A beautiful view of the Eastside of Manhattan, including the UN Building, Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, from Queens by the well known Impressionist cityscape artist. 23x35 in. serigraph, circa 1990’s. A numbered print from the edition of 450. Signed in pencil by the artist.
||23" x 35" (Sizes are measured by hand and are pretty accurate)
||Signed by Pencil
Artist Biography: Kamil Kubik: Born in Czechoslovakia, Kamil Kubik took his initial art studies in Prague. In 1948, however, the Communists seized power and he escaped the country. He then completed his art education in London, Australia, San Francisco and New York. Before settling in America, Kamil Kubik worked as a set designer in Australia, primarily in Sydney and Canberra. Now a resident of New York, Kubik has established a wide reputation for both his still life compositions and his street scenes and cityscapes.
Today the fine art of Kamil Kubik is included in the private collections of President and Mrs. George Bush, Mayor and Mrs. Rudolph Giuliani, Prince Rainer of Monaco, HRH Queen Elizabeth II, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scribner. In 1997 the artist was awarded the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor.