Untitled Miniature – 1963

Maurice Golubov

Untitled Miniature – 1963


Medium: Gouache on Paper
Size: 1-3/8″ x 4-5/16″

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Frame Material: Nautral Maple, Frame width: 9/16", Frame height: 7/8", 8 Ply (1/8") Mat, Museum Quality Optium Plexiglass. Please Allow 2-3 Weeks From Date Of Purchase To Process Frame Request.
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Maurice Golubov feverishly created miniature paintings in a secret manner. He hid these from his employers, peers and friends – and never shared these paintings with the galleries he exhibited in over the course of his life. A collection of these miniature paintings are just now being discovered by the Maurice Golubov estate. For over 50 years, paintings like this ‘Untitled Miniature’ from 1963 have been locked away from many to see. It’s time the world gets to appreciate the depth and quality of the artist, who found the passion to create such expressive paintings barely larger than the change in his pocket. The quality of his brush strokes and abstract precision, is a treasure for the collector who will call this painting their own. The buyer of this Miniature Painting will be shipped the Miniature Painting as well as a notarized certificate of authenticity from the estate upon purchase.

Untitled Miniature – 1963

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gouache on paper


1-3/8" x 4-5/16"

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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