WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

FRI APR 20 2012 — FRI JUL 20 2012

In 1936, William Christenberry was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He attended The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa where he received both his BFA and MFA degrees. The artist is best known for his photography, paintings, drawings and sculptures that depict Southern themes. There have been two main retrospectives featuring William Christenberry's work: one that was organized by the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Georgia, and another traveling exhibition organized by the University of Arizona's Center for Creative Photography.

WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY - 31 cent Gasoline Sign, near Greensboro, Alabama, 1964
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Sheet: 8 x 10 inch; Image: 3.125 x 4.875 inch Dye Transfer Print
Signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil verso; stamped verso in ink
Edition of 25

WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

31 cent Gasoline Sign, near Greensboro, Alabama, 1964
WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY - 31 cent Gasoline Sign, near Greensboro, Alabama, 1964

WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

31 cent Gasoline Sign, near Greensboro, Alabama, 1964
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Sheet: 8 x 10 inch; Image: 3.125 x 4.875 inch Dye Transfer Print
Signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil verso; stamped verso in ink
Edition of 25

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