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For more than forty years, Andy Jurinko’s hyper-realistic paintings provided viewers with an unconventional glimpse into familiar aspects of American popular culture. Born in New Jersey in 1939, he attended the Philadelphia Museum College of Art in 1961- 1963. His first solo exhibition was in September 1967 at the Lowell Colbus Gallery in Sausalito, CA. In 1975, Jurinko moved to New York City and in 1986 he began exhibiting at Gallery Henoch in Soho, including one man shows there in 1989 and 1996. His baseball paintings have appeared on the covers and in more than twenty books. He passed away in February 2011.
If you are a fan of this era, the book is a must. Jurinko's life- like portraits bring the era to life.Published 18 months ago by jeffrey a eisenberg
Nice art work for baseball in the 40's to 1960. Relaxing to sit back and read about some great times back in the day, and the pictures help just imagining what the heyday must have... Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by goducks
For those of us of a certain age, brings back many,many wonderful memories of our youth. The only question is, on the dust jacket, why is Stanky's picture out of alphabetical... Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by prh