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Krüger gets The Blues (Part VII)

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Presented here is the seventh Blues Legend painting 'Bo Diddley'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm (31 x 63 inches).

Krüger gets The Blues (Part VI)

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Presented here is the sixth Blues Legend painting 'Little Walter'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm (31 x 63 inches).

Krüger gets The Blues (Part V)

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Presented here is the fifth Blues Legend painting 'B.B. King'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm (31 x 63 inches).

Krüger gets The Blues (Part IV)

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Presented here is the fourth Blues Legend painting 'Albert Collins'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm (31 x 63 inches).

Krüger gets The Blues (Part III)

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Presented here is the third Blues Legend painting 'John Lee Hooker'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm (31 x 63 inches).

Krüger gets The Blues (Part II)

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Presented here is the second Blues Legend painting 'Robert Johnson'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm (31 x 63 inches).

Krüger gets The Blues

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In the past 12 months Sebastian Krüger has completed six paintings of 'Blues Legends', commissioned by one of Sebastian's most important art collectors and supporters - Mark Parker ( President & CEO of NIKE ). Parker has an extensive art collection featuring important works from artists such as Andy Warhol, Robert Crumb, Robert Williams, Rick Griffin, Tom Sacks, Basil Wolverton, Mark Ryden, Von Dutch, Todd Schorr and many more. His collection may be regarded as the largest of its kind.






Earlier Parker had acquired other important key paintings from Sebastian such as "Mick Jagger with Microphone and Saliva String", "Stones 40/40", "Keith - London Calling", Jimi Hendrix and others. The original order of 6 'Blues Legends' commissions have recently been extended to eight, so there are more to follow. "I love Blues music; it's origins and it's influence on music in general." says Parker. Presented here is the first Blues…

Faces in Germany

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On October 4, 2008 at 19.00 hours (7:00 PM) Krüger's new book 'Faces' will be officially released in Kornwestheim/Germany.

More information at: KRÜGER PUBLICATIONS

Krüger in Twickenham/United Kingdom

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There is currently a Krüger exhibition at:
Karen Taylor Contemporary Art Gallery

More information at: KRÜGER EXHIBITIONS

Death of an Idol!

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2008 acrylic painting on canvas.
140 x 180 cm (55 x 71 inches).