Art Brokerage.com - The easiest way to buy and sell art online safely! - FREE listings - No seller fees - Just post your best net price - 4500 Artists - nWe want to sell your art - We are the first online Art Brokerage - Founded in 1983 Las Vegas, NV - Our 36th Anniversary - Online 25 yrs since 1994 - Register for our daily emailer and watch features, new listings and new low secondary prices. Join our 160,000 members - 5 Billion dollars listed! - Watch for bargains: See 2000 Steal This Listings. - Check out our new Sister Site - Bluechipartbrokerage.com - The Top 300 International Artists
  • Art Brokerage logo mobile
  • 0
  • You have no unread messages
Facebook Twitter
  • You have no unread messages
"Self-Portrait As Thing One And Thing Two 1985 40x62" by Julie Heffernan - Reduced Again
"

Self-Portrait As Thing One And Thing Two 1985 40x62

"

1985

Julie Heffernan

Original Painting
Oil on Canvas

Size: 60 x 38.5 in  |  152 x 98 cm

Framed: 40.5 x 62 in  |  103 x 157 cm

 
REDUCED
   
FAVORITE
 
LISTING INFO
|
ARTIST BIO
Not Signed
Condition: Other
Framed without Glass : Wood Frame Surround
Purchased from : Gallery 1996
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Julie Heffernan

Art Brokerage: Julie Hefferman American Artist: b. 1956. Julie Heffernan (born 1956 in Peoria, Illinois) is an American painter. David Cohen, art critic of The New York Sun, aptly describes Heffernan's art: "These paintings are a hybrid of genres and styles, mixing allegory, portraiture, history painting, and still life, while in title they are all presented as self portraits." Heffernan was raised in Northern California and lives in Brooklyn, New York. She received a B.F.A., at the University of California, Santa Cruz and an M.F.A. in painting at the Yale School of Art. Heffernan is an Associate Professor of fine arts at Montclair State University in Upper Montclair, New Jersey. She is married to Jonathan Kalb, chair of the Theater Department at Hunter College and theater critic for The New York Times. Heffernan is the mother of two sons: Oliver, the eldest, and Sam. Listings wanted.

-->