Peter Saul

Custer's Last Stand #1, 1973

Acrylic on canvas

89 x 150 inches

PSp 110

Peter Saul

Icebox #3, 1961

oil on canvas

69 x 58 1/2 inches

PSp 97

Peter Saul

Untitled (Superman), 1963

Crayon and marker on paper

27 1/4 x 31 1/2 inches

PSd 216

Peter Saul

Superman, 1962

watercolor, crayon, paste on paper

26 x 29 3/4 inches

PSd 115

Peter Saul

Cash, 1965

crayon, collage ink on museum board

30 x 40 inches

PSd 129

Peter Saul

Marfak, 1965

crayon, ink on museum board

30 x 40 inches

PSd 132

Peter Saul

Suburb, 1965

pastel, crayon, ink, pencil on museum board

40 x 60 inches

PSd 221

Peter Saul

Yellow Car, c. 1957

chalk on velor paper

18 x 24 3/4 inches

PSd 166

Peter Saul

Green M.G., 1957

chalk on velor paper

10 1/2 x 14 inches

PSd 157

 

Peter Saul

Woman in Green Shirt, c. 1957

chalk on velor paper

9 x 9 1/4 inches

PSd 155

 

Peter Saul

Portrait in a Fuschia Shirt, 1957

chalk on velor paper

9 x 13 inches

PSd 160

Peter Saul

Portrait of a Man, c. 1957

chalk on velor paper

12 x 10 inches

PSd 159
 

Peter Saul

Lampshade with Polka Dots, c.1957

chalk on velor paper

20 x 17 inches

PSd 148

 

Peter Saul

Pull the String Baby, I'm Hot, 1964

goauche, crayon, pen on paper

30 3/4 x 27 1/4 inches

PSd 220

Peter Saul

Untitled, 1960

crayon, pencil on paper

9 3/4 x 12 1/2 inches

PSd 207

 

Peter Saul

Suburban Houses #1, 1969

colored pencil, marker, gouache on museum board

38 1/2 x 45 1/2 inches

PSd 135

 

Peter Saul

Guernica (blue), 1976

Acrylic, graphite and ink on board

20 x 44 inches

PSd 211

 

Press Release

The George Adams Gallery is pleased to present a 20-year survey of paintings and drawings by PETER SAUL. The presentation at ABMB includes his earliest figurative work from the 1950s; classic drawings and paintings of the early 1960s, including two from his Ice Box series; as well as historical themes of the 1970s such as his mural-size, Custer’s Last Stand #1 (1973). Many of the works on view have rarely, or even never, been previously exhibited.

The subject of four museum retrospectives, Saul’s work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Centre Pompidou, the Stedelijk Museum and the Moderna Museet, among others.