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"Garden Scape 2006" by Alex Pauker - Serigraph $1,300
Garden Scape 2006 Limited Edition Print by Alex Pauker
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Alex Pauker

"Garden Scape 2006"

  • Limited Edition Print : Serigraph in Color on Wove Paper

    Size : 17.25x11.38 in  |  44x29 cm
    Framed : 32x26 in  |  81x66 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 450

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Hand SignedSigned in Pencil, Lower Right, And Numbered. 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with GlassOrnate Wood Frane 
Purchased fromGallery 2009 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
Alex Pauker - Russian Federation

Art Brokerage: Alex Pauker Russian Artist: b. 1974. Alex Pauker was born in Russia in 1974, while it was still under Communist rule. When he was attending the College of Art in Yekaterinburg, the scenic first stop on the Tran-Siberian Railroad, he realized his love for painting. So, in 1990, Pauker decided to travel the world seeking new inspiration for his work. Accompanying him on his travels was fellow artist, Sveta Esser, whom he met in college and later married. Pauker was immediately drawn to the enchanting scenery of Europe, and he was awarded a place in the student exchange program where he earned his second art degree. While studying for his degree, he worked as an illustrator and a creative consultant at a publishing house. It was at this time he entered and won the second International Art Contest. Capturing the essence of Europe's breathtaking scenery is Pauker's passion. He paints in acrylic using a brush and palette knife, building up the surface of his canvases to a thick texture called "impasto". His play of light and passion for color result in paintings united with a sense of peace, natural beauty and tranquility. He is inspired by a confluence of the Fauvists, like Matisse, and the Impressionists, like Manet. The Fauves were artists focused on expressing pleasure and serenity through intense colors and lively brushstrokes. The Impressionists were spontaneous, fascinated with light, movement and capturing a fleeting moment by breaking up color into smaller brushstrokes. Pauker incorporates all these influences into his works. His works can be found in many private collections in Israel, Europe and the United States. His works have been exhibited in galleries and museums abroad. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.