Kim Krause (Cincinnati, Ohio; born 1951)
Untitled, 21st century
Serigraph on acetate sheet, laid on blue paper
Signed “Kim Krause” to the lower right of matting
Presented under glass with an sgraffito motif, in a silver-tone metal frame
Kim Krause is best known for his abstract paintings and vivid use of color. His work draws from themes from mythology and philosophy to create visual poetry. Krause influenced numerous emerging artists during his time at the Art Academy of Cincinnati as a long time professor and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean. His works are represented in numerous public and corporate collections including Atlantic Richfield, Cincinnati Art Museum, Chase Manhattan Bank, Federated National Headquarters, Fidelity Investments, the Procter and Gamble Company, the Federal Reserve Bank, among others.
- negligible wear throughout the metal frame.
- measures the frame; sight size 6.5" W x 4" H.