Tom Liesegang

Tom Liesegang (Thomas Kirby von Richter Liesegang, born May 24, 1955) is an American artist who has lived and worked in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and Amsterdam, Netherlands. His art is held in many public and private collections throughout the U.S. and Europe.

Liesegang’s painting is considered diverse and thematic, characterized by textured surfaces and bold graphic imagery often structured as diptychs. Much of Liesegang's work of the 1980s and 90's referenced history in order to confront contemporary issues such as geopolitics, sexuality, death, and religion.

Liesegang’s work is held in the public collections of:

  • The Rose Museum at Brandeis University[2][3][6]

  • The Boston Public Library Archive of Prints and Drawings[2][3][6]

  • National Archives (Den Haag, NE)[6]

  • The Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)[2][3][6]

  • Worcester Museum (Worcester, MA)[2][3][6]

  • Navy Art Collection (Wash. DC)[2][6]

  • DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (Lincoln, MA)[2][3][6]

  • Gemeentearchief, (Amsterdam, NL)[2][6]

  • Rutger’s University Print Archive (NJ)[2][6]

  • Vatican Library Print Archive (Rome, IT)[6]

  • Prudential Insurance Company of America (NJ)[2][6]

  • Pricewaterhouse Coopers[6]

  • Navy League of USA (Hampton Roads, VA)[5]

  • Nobiskrug Shibuilding, (Rendsburg, DE)
  • Lockheed Martin, MD 


For more information about Tom's Career, visit his Wikipedia page

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