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Eric I. Spoutz in 2012

For more than 16 years via his dealerships in Los Angeles, Palm Beach, Detroit and Cape Coral, Eric I. Spoutz specialized in the representation of American, European, and Asian art of the second half of the 20th century. Areas of emphasis included Modern, Postwar, Pop, Photorealism, Hyperrealism, Magic Realism, Neo-Expressionism, and Graffiti artwork.

 

Mr. Spoutz advised private collectors, corporations, foundations and museums on acquisitions. Among the public collections that Mr. Spoutz placed authentic artwork into the permanent collections of:

 

-Smithsonian Institution: American Art Museum

-Smithsonian Institution: National Museum of American History

-Smithsonian Institution: NMAAHC

-Smithsonian Institution: National Portrait Gallery

-Smithsonian Institution: Archives of American Art

-Smithsonian Institution: Smithsonian Libraries

-Library of Congress: Prints and Photographs Division

-Library of Congress: Rare Books and Special Collections Division

-Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

-National Museum of Women in the Arts

-National Helenic Museum

-National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library

-Florida State Capitol Complex

-Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences

-Los Angeles County Museum

-Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

-Detroit Institute of Arts

-Dartmouth College: Rauner Special Collections Library

-Rutgers University: Zimmerli Art Museum

-The George Washington University: Luther M. Brady Art Gallery

-The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction

-Forest Lawn Museum

-The Long Island Museum of Art, History and Carriages

-Flint Institute of Arts

-Children's Hospital, Boston

-Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

-Detroit Historical Museum

-Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

 

Additionally, Mr. Spoutz curated exhibitions throughout the United States at numerous public venues including the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Florida State Capitol Complex, the Albrecht Kemper Museum of Fine Art, the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, the Anton Art Center, the Forest Lawn Museum and the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

LEGAL INQUIRES:

 

Ruhnke & Barrett,

Jean deSales Barrett, Esquire,

29 Broadway,

Suite 1412,

New York, NY 10006

(212) 608-7949

jeanbarrett@ruhnkeandbarrett.com

 

PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE (EFFECTIVE, MAY 15, 2017):

 

Eric I. Hornak Spoutz,

Registration # 73078-112,

FCI Morgantown,

Federal Correctional Institution,

P.O. Box 1000,

Morgantown, WV 26507

Eric I. Spoutz in Los Angeles with Transgender, Warhol Superstar, Holly Woodlawn during a limited edition signing that Spoutz conducted shortly before Woodlawn's death in 2015.
Eric I. Spoutz lecturing at a museum in Los Angeles in 2012
Eric I. Spoutz lecturing at a museum in Maryland in 2013