Robert Richenburg


On September 10, 2009, Spanierman Gallery opened Four Visions, curated by Arlene Bujese, featuring four artists with intersecting careers and connections with Long Island. The artists were selected by Bujese a well-known presence in the East Hampton art world and the curator of the Ossorio Foundation.
Highlighted here is the work of one of the four artists: Robert Richenburg (1917-2006). Richenburg, who trained under Hans Hofmann, was a contemporary of Jackson Pollock, and belonged to “The Club,” along with Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Franz KlineRead the rest of this blog post on the Spanierman Modern blog.

2 Responses to “Robert Richenburg”

  1. Hans Van de Bovenkamp « Spanierman Gallery | An American Art Blog Says:

    [...] View all works by Hans Van de Bovenkamp. The other Four Visions artists: Josh Dayton John Little Robert Richenburg Posted in About the Artist. Tags: East Hampton, Four Visions, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, [...]

  2. Josh Dayton « Spanierman Gallery | An American Art Blog Says:

    [...] works in the exhibition. The other Four Visions artists: John Little Hans Van de Bovenkamp Robert Richenburg Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Gary Komarin: Leandro and LuzSeeing American [...]


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