Sidney Gordin

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Sidney Alexander Gordin, ANA is a well-listed painter, sculptor, muralist and mosaic artist.

Born in Chilyabinsk, Russia in 1918, he moved to New York City at the age of four, and studied at the Brooklyn Technical School and at the Cooper Union with Morris Kantor and Leo Katz. He had his first solo sculpture exhibit in 1949 at Bennington College in Vermont, followed by a group show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where he showed alongside such sculptors as Alexander Calder, William Zorach, and George Rickey.

In 1958 he joined the Art Department of UC Berkeley where he stayed for twenty-eight years while continuing to exhibit his work in major museums and galleries, He died in 1995.

 

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Title

Untitled Abstract

Artist

Sidney Gordin, ANA, Russian ~ 1918 - 1995

Circa

1960's

Signed

Lower right

Provenance

Museum of Modern Art, New York loan sticker attached verso

Medium

Watercolor on Paper

Price

1650.00

Size

10" by 4.75"

Style

Abstract

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