Kurt Sluizer – Wikipedia



American artist

Kurt Sluizer

Born (1911-04-26)April 26, 1911

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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).[1] In 1936 He and his spouse Esther fled Europe and next holocaust.[2] 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.[3] 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.[2] Sluizer’s paintings used to be integrated in 1944 Dallas Museum of Artwork exhibition of the Nationwide Serigraph Society.[4] Sluizer died in 1988 in Zena, New York.[5]

His paintings is within the selection of the Georgia Museum of Artwork, [6] the Springville Museum of Artwork,[3] and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.[7]


  1. ^

    “Kurt Sluizer”. RKD (in Dutch). Retrieved July 10, 2022.

  2. ^ a b “Postwar: Barn in Woodstock, NY”. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
  3. ^ a b “Kurt Sluizer”. Springville Museum of Artwork. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
  4. ^ “Nationwide Serigraph Society Exhibition | Dallas Museum of Artwork”. Dallas Museum of Artwork. Retrieved July 8, 2022.
  5. ^ “Kurt Sluizer”. AskArt. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
  6. ^ “Panorama with Farmer and Cows”. Georgia Museum of Artwork. Retrieved July 10, 2022.
  7. ^ “Kopstudie van een jonge guy – Kurt Sluizer”. Stedelijk (in Dutch). Retrieved July 10, 2022.


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