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$495 Brown ... signed lithograph and silk screen 41" x 29.5"
$1,200 Green Twig Head signed 1986 acrylic & charcoal 28" x 38"
$375 Termi signed 1973 lithograph A.P. 21" x 29"
$250 abstract signed 3/100 lithograph 11" x 15"
SOLD Cycle signed 31/100 lithograph 11" x 15"
SOLD Beige Cross Window signed 1986 oil on gessoed rag board 12" x 9.5"
SOLD Summer Fun signed 1978 acrylic on paper 21.5" x 29.5"
SOLD Photo of Cameron Booth by Jerry Rudquist signed verso December 1974 photograph 10.25" x 12.75"
SOLD Photo of Cameron Booth by Jerry Rudquist signed verso December 1974 photograph 12.75" x 10.25"
Jerry Rudquist (1934-2001)
A Minnesota artist whose career spanned four decades, Jerry Rudquist was an integral member of the national art community.
Rudquist earned his BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1956 and his MFA in 1958 from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. He began teaching at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1958 where remained until his retirement in 2000.
It is one of life’s mordant ironies that Rudquist, who often painted skulls, would pass away in 2001 of brain cancer. But Rudquist had a streak of mordancy himself, expressed in such comments as “Bone, of any species, is an extraordinarily beautiful material.”
In 1963 Rudquist was honored with a solo exhibition at the Walker Art Center and later, in 1971, with a solo exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Between 1997 and 1998, Rudquist was the subject of a traveling exhibition, Rudquist/Reconsidering, which was shown at four Minnesota colleges and universities.
At the time of his death, he was considered one of the Midwest’s most significant artists.