We are searching for previous owners of artwork by LLR for our archive. Artwork primarily sold in the late 1970s through 1987 in New Jersey and New York City. Ellen Sragow was his art dealer in New York City in the mid 1980s.
If you own a painting by LLR or have info on some of his paintings please contact us. Thank you.
Blog 12 – A Picture Tells One Thousand Words: Re-Introducing Lewis Lanza Rudolph Abstract Artist
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I want to share with you pictures taken at the gallery ready to re introduce Lewis Lanza Rudolph to the art world through our exhibit A Brothers Legacy in his memory 4 decades of Art.
Large abstracts in place at Mulberry Art Studios.
Faith Ecenroad Wise viewing the exhibit for the first time with daughter Neave. Faith pointed out that three years ago Lewis traveled to Lancaster PA for her wedding at The Cork Factory. Who knew that three years later his never before seen paintings would fill another of Lancaster’s restored historical industrial buildings a few blocks away at Mulberry Art Studios.
Lewis’s paint clothing, his army jacket, and paint pants along with his photos. The small abstract in this photo depicts his earliest of abstracts and his funky framing style. He used house paint since it was cheap to buy. His later abstracts are done in oil on Masonite.
In memory of Lewis: We have a memorial brochure ready for guests who visit the exhibit.