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Size: Medium (up to 36in.) Features: Signed
Artist: Leonid Afremov Subject: Archtecture
Listed By: Dealer or Reseller Originality: Limited Edition Print
Medium: Giclee & Iris Print Surface: Canvas
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A modern printmaking process in which individual prints are produced on a special large-format printer in extremely high resolution, to give as exact as possible a reproduction of the precise colors and strokes of the original work. The giclée process offers the highest-quality reproduction available. Giclées may be printed on paper or on canvas. They are rarely produced in editions larger than a few hundred, with each one printed individually.A
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"Cafe in the Old City" Extremely LIMITED EDITION Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas by Leonid Afremov, Numbered out of 25 and Signed with Certificate of Authenticity! ** This work has never been matted, framed or displayed before and is in excellent condition. This artwork was created by the artist not like other artwork that is being made by his trustees!!
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN THIS EXQUISITE MASTERPIECE BY THE RENOWNED LEONID AFREMOV! With intense, vivid colors and free brush strokes, Leonid Afremov creates paintings that are captivating in their emotional intensity. "Cafe in the Old City" is an extremely limited edition hand-embellished giclee on canvas, numbered in verso out of only 25 with Afremov's authorized signature. Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx. 16" x 12" (image). Low Limited Edition Numbered 12 of 25.
A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY WILL ACCOMPANY THIS PIECE!
VERY LOW LIMITED EDTION NUMBERED OF 12 OF 25
Leonid Afremov was born in Vitebsk, Belarus in 1955. He graduated from the Vitebsk Art School, which was founded by the art legend Marc Chagall in 1921. Like Chagall, Afremov favors the use of a palette knife rather than a paintbrush. Afremov enjoyed painting very much, however he realized that the only images that would be purchased in Russia would be propaganda posters. With this in mind he decided to move to Israel where, almost immediately, he found employment with a local advertising agency painting billboards. Shortly thereafter Afremov moved once again, this time to the United States, where he resides and continues to paint in his Florida-based studio.
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- Brand Leonid Afremov
- Mfg Part # Cafe in the Old City
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