"123rd Kentucky Derby"

by

LeRoy Neiman

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Media :Poster, Reproduction on Paper
Image Dimensions :33" x 24"
Year Produced :1997
Current Retail :$200.00

123rd Kentucky Derby
Copyright © 1997 LeRoy Neiman, Inc., All Rights Reserved.


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LeRoy Neiman is one of the most celebrated modern artists in the United States and around the world. His unique, colorful and visually stunning works of art vibrantly capture a wide array of real-life people, places and activities including sporting events, leisure activities and other social gatherings. The recipient of countless awards and recognitions throughout his spectacular, more than half century long career, the works of LeRoy Neiman will undoubtedly continue to live on for another half century and far beyond!
LeRoy Neiman is one of the most celebrated modern artists in the United States and around the world. His unique, colorful and visually stunning works of art vibrantly capture a wide array of real-life people, places and activities including sporting events, leisure activities and other social gatherings. The recipient of countless awards and recognitions throughout his spectacular, more than half century long career, the works of LeRoy Neiman will undoubtedly continue to live on for another half century and far beyond!
Neiman was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and was abandoned by his father at an early age. Neiman and his mother, Lydia, were forced to fend for themselves. Neiman distinguished himself by drawing. In 1942, Neiman left high school to enlist in the US Army, where he spent four years before returning to St. Paul to finish his high school degree. Neiman studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (where he also later taught), the University of Chicago, and the University of Illinois.
Neiman was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and was abandoned by his father at an early age. Neiman and his mother, Lydia, were forced to fend for themselves. Neiman distinguished himself by drawing. In 1942, Neiman left high school to enlist in the US Army, where he spent four years before returning to St. Paul to finish his high school degree. Neiman studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (where he also later taught), the University of Chicago, and the University of Illinois.