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George Klauba

George Klauba (b. 1938) is a former seaman with the U.S. Navy and former commercial artist for Chicago Sun-Times, is self-taught as a fine artist, had been represented for many years by Ann Nathan Gallery until the gallery closed its doors in 2016. His work has been exhibited widely and is in many collections throughout the country. The Illinois State Museum has an extensive collection of Mr. Klauba’s work.

The Blue Tattoo, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"
A Grain of Sand Creek, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"
The Teepee and the Flag, acrylic on panel, 14"x18"
Black Robe with Blood Cross, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"
A Prayer to an Incineration of Honor, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"
Red Claw Rubbing Out Mahisha, acrylic on panel, 14"x18"
White Horse Dreaming, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"
Sam Lomo's Wild West, acrylic on panel, 14"x18"
Wild West, acrylic on panel, 14"x18"
Spirits of the Greasy Grass, acrylic on panel, 14"x18"
Flask as Killer Whale, acrylic on panel, 24"x18"
Waiting for the Egg Resplendent, acrylic on panel, 26"x20"
El Virgogna (The Shame), acrylic on panel, 24"x16"
Thunder Blood, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"
Viperoid, acrylic on panel, 18"x14"