Are you familiar with the artist Richard Anuszkiewicz? His experimental art was at the forefront of the Op Art movement in the 60s, 70s, and 80s and is still bought and sold at auction to this day. If you are interested in purchasing or selling an original Anuszkiewicz piece, It’s important to familiarize yourself with the style and periods that he was most known for. As a fourth-generation appraiser and auction house, Joshua Kodner Galleries can help you learn more about your Richard Anuszkiewicz art piece.
Who Was Richard Anuszkiewicz?
Richard Anuszkiewicz was an American artist best known as a leading proponent of the Op Art movement. Anuszkiewicz, who passed away in 2020, spent decades exploring the relationship between colors and shapes through a largely experimental art form. Although Richard Anuszkiewicz tried to separate himself from the Op Art label, many of his known works are very optical and fit into this movement that he was at the forefront of for the majority of his career.
What Are the Most Sought After Anuszkiewicz Pieces?
Anuszkiewicz was active in the art scene from the 1950s through the early 2000s. Throughout this time his art evolved and matured and although some of his later works are well known, it is thought that his paintings from the mid-1960s through the late 1970s are some of the most influential. In this period, Anuszkiewicz’s paintings stood out for their use of bright colors and calculated linework that created interesting optical illusions.
Does Art Sell Well At Online Auctions?
Online auction houses have made buying and selling art online easy and secure for all parties involved. At Joshua Kodner Galleries we have various Anuszkiewicz paintings for sale at auction by sellers that have been verified. The price of an Anuszkiewicz will vary depending on the authenticity, condition, and desirability of the piece.
How to Verify a Real Anuszkiewicz (or Any) Painting
As with any painting or piece of art, their authenticity and value can only be determined if they are accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity from a gallery or the artist themselves. Generally speaking, these certificates will list the name, description, collection, series number, etc. of the piece. If you ever have doubts about the authenticity of a piece, it is best to have it inspected and appraised by a professional and certified appraiser.
Buy or Sell Art With Joshua Kodner Galleries in Florida
If you have an art piece that you would like to sell, Joshua Kodner can help. As a certified appraiser, a licensed auctioneer, and a fourth-generation gemologist, he can provide accurate appraisals of a wide range of items including Anuszkiewicz pieces. Join our next auction today.