Adler/Beegan
Arthur T Kalaher Fine Art
A Quatre Mains
From the series In The Studio. Diptych. Two panels 57 x 30 each. Mixed media, digital photography, dry pigments, wax, and oil paint on canvas
$ 16,000

Andrew Hart Adler
Andrew Hart Adler was born in New York City in 1952. He received his BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1973. In 1973 after attending the Skowhegan Summer Program, he became an assistant to William DeKooning with whom he worked until 1975

Adler, having worked with Willem DeKooning in the 70’s, is known primarily as an Abstract Expressionist. For the past thirty years, his work has been popular on both sides of the Atlantic. His paintings are represented in museums and corporate collections in Europe and in the United States including: Georges Pompidou, Ackland Art Center, Musee Canavalese, Landeshausparkasse Munchen, Dresden Bank, Mittel Milano, Albert D. Lasker Collection, Hypobayerische Vereinsbank, Nasher Museum of Art (Duke University), American Can Co., American Ultramar, Brean Murray, Inc., the Carnegie Group, Wagner College, Prudential Bache, Bayer Chemical AG, Musee d’Art Moderne, Ceret. Adler is the son of famed Broadway composer, Richard Adler.

Carolyn Beegan
A much-respected figure in the New York art community, Carolyn Beegan,born in New York in 1965,  is known both as an oil painter and as a specialist in digitalimaging. She has exhibited principally in the U.S. and has her work included in numerous private collections of note, including those of John Eastman, Don Henley, Elton John, James Kramer, Ron Delsener, Billy Joel and art dealer Larry Gagosian. She lives and works in Manhattan and Sag Harbor, New York.

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