April 26, 1911
|Died||1988 (elderly 76–77)
Zena, New York
|Nationality||Holland born American|
|Recognized for||Painter, printmaker|
Kurt Sluizer (1911 – 1988) used to be a Holland born American artist.
Sluizer used to be born on April 26, 1911 in Amsterdam. He attended the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (State Academy of Tremendous Arts). In 1936 He and his spouse Esther fled Europe and next holocaust. The couple settled within the hamlet of Zena within the the city of Woodstock, New York. They lived in a space in the past owned via the artist Bolton Brown. A house film from the past due Nineteen Forties of the Sluizers of their Zena house is within the archives of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. Sluizer’s paintings used to be integrated in 1944 Dallas Museum of Artwork exhibition of the Nationwide Serigraph Society. Sluizer died in 1988 in Zena, New York.
“Kurt Sluizer”. RKD (in Dutch). Retrieved July 10, 2022.
- “Postwar: Barn in Woodstock, NY”. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
- “Kurt Sluizer”. Springville Museum of Artwork. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
- “Nationwide Serigraph Society Exhibition | Dallas Museum of Artwork”. Dallas Museum of Artwork. Retrieved July 8, 2022.
- “Kurt Sluizer”. AskArt. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
- “Panorama with Farmer and Cows”. Georgia Museum of Artwork. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
- “Kopstudie van een jonge guy – Kurt Sluizer”. Stedelijk (in Dutch). Retrieved July 10, 2022.