Baseball Stadium Miniature – 1958

Maurice Golubov

Baseball Stadium Miniature – 1958


Medium: Tempera Gouache on Paper
Size: 2-1/4″ x 3-15/16″
Signature: Yes, Top Right Hand Corner

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This Miniature painting titled ‘Baseball Stadium’ was created in 1958. That same year, New York City found itself home to only 1 professional baseball team (the first time since the early 1900s). In 1957, the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants left town leaving a vacancy in the hearts of many New York baseball fans. Though, he admired athleticism, including his younger brother Sam, who nearly became a professional baseball player. Perhaps, this Golubov Miniature was inspired by the void left by 2 professional baseball teams leaving NYC – or the local kids playing stickball and baseball throughout Brooklyn. The collector of this Miniature Painting titled ‘Baseball Stadium’ will receive a notarized certificate of authenticity from the estate upon purchase.

Baseball Stadium Miniature – 1958

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tempera gouache on paper


2-1/4" x 3-15/16"


yes, top right hand corner

Artists Note

"Although I might be meditating on a tree, it took so many civilizations to make that tree. It started out a little seed I could put into my pocket. What could be more wonderful? I think about things like that. Or when painting a scene in New York. Why, there was a brook running through here on 23rd street and Lexington Avenue. It’s still there, underground, running through Gramercy Park. I’m painting something that is actually a brook underneath. That is just the surface, but the real thing is more than that. You dream about it. But when I paint it at least for my eyes… I call it the "seeing world."" I don’t want to compromise. Either I paint, so-called realistically, or abstractly." - Maurice Golubov, All That Light Was Myself.

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