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Jan Senbergs

Head, c. 1966

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enamel on board

68.00 x 55.00

signed 'J. Senbergs' l.r.

Provenance:

Rudy Komon Gallery, c. 1966

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Further works by the Artist

Island

Jan Senbergs

1972

oil on canvas (with screenprint), 122.00 x 152.00

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Night Travellers

Jan Senbergs

c. 1965

enamel on board, 122.00 x 152.00

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Kembla Icon

Jan Senbergs

2000

pastel and acrylic on paper, 163.00 x 123.00

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Island

Jan Senbergs

1972

oil on canvas (with screenprint), 122.00 x 152.00

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Hector's Bird

Jan Senbergs

1986

acrylic wash and pastel on paper, 120.00 x 175.00

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Night Travellers

Jan Senbergs

1964

enamel on board, 121.90 x 152.40

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Feeding the New Man

Jan Senbergs

1966

enamel on board, 183.00 x 137.00

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World View

Jan Senbergs

2001

pastel and charcoal on paper, 163.00 x 123.00

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Broadening the Mind in Italy

Jan Senbergs

1988

oil on linen, 197.00 x 243.00

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Blue Chicago

Jan Senbergs

1991

oil on linen, 152.00 x 213.00

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Objects on Platform (Why Not Camp Here)

Jan Senbergs

1971

oil on silkscreen on canvas, 151.50 x 182.00

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The Black Plank I

Jan Senbergs

1972

oil and silkscreen on canvas, 152.00 x 182.00

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Nu Speak Towers

Jan Senbergs

1981

oil on canvas, 167.00 x 183.00

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The Overseer

Jan Senbergs

1965

enamel on board, 182.00 x 137.00

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Landfall

Jan Senbergs

1994

oil on canvas, 197.00 x 244.00

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Kembla Icon

Jan Senbergs

2000

pastel and acrylic on paper, 163.00 x 123.00

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Barcelona

Jan Senbergs

2001

pastel and acrylic on paper, 120.00 x 150.00

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Untitled

Jan Senbergs

c. 1960

enamel on board, 92.00 x 61.00

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Island

Jan Senbergs

c. 1972

oil on canvas, 122.00 x 152.00

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Since its establishment in 1984, the Charles Nodrum Gallery’s exhibition program embraces a diversity of media and styles - from painting, sculpture & works on paper to graphics and photography; from figurative, geometric, gestural, surrealist & social comment to installation & conceptually based work.