Steve Kaufman was Andy Warhol’s assistant during the prime of Warhol’s career and he is widely regarded as the Top Pop Artist in the World today. The Wellington Gallery hosted the last International Art Exhibit for Steve Kaufman, before his untimely death in 2010.
Kaufman's artwork hangs in the White House, the Smithsonian, as well as hundreds of other public and private collections around the world. He has made a name for himself in the art world and market and is internationally acclaimed as the new pop artist. Kaufman has been featured on Fox TV and MTV, and was the winner of the Underground Artist of the Year award for creating 55 racial harmony murals.
“Brunette with Chains” is a one of a kind original . He only did this one and it was at his home in Hollywood prior to being purchased by the Wellington Gallery.
“Elvis Comeback” is the only, one of a kind painting, produced by Steve Kaufman which features Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback special.
In early 2008, the Wellington Gallery Featured acclaimed Pop artist Steve Kaufman. This was Steve's last show outside of the United States before his sudden death in 2010. Steve produced art with Andy Warhol during the prime of Warhol's career.
The featured painting of Frank Sinatra is the only large sized, original, one of a kind, painting ever produced by Steve Kaufman of Frank Sinatra and the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada " Sign. It measures 64" x 77". The painting was purchased directly from Steve by Gallery owner, Emil Simon, and shipped to the Wellington Gallery from Kaufman's Hollywood Studio.
“Marilyn Dior” is the one of a kind "Cover Painting" on a Book about the artist published in 2008. A personally signed copy of the book accompanies the purchase.