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"Untitled Judaic Serigraph 1980" by David Sharir - 🎅🏻Framed Serigraph $2,400
Untitled Judaic Serigraph 1980 Limited Edition Print by David Sharir
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David Sharir

"Untitled Judaic Serigraph 1980"

1980
  • Limited Edition Print : Serigraph on Paper

    Size : 23x30 in  |  58x76 cm
    Framed : 31x37 in  |  79x94 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 300

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Hand SignedBack on a Card 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with GlassGold/Brass Frame  
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Provenance / HistoryPurchased by my mother who we are raising funds for.  
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LID118995
David Sharir - Israel

Art Brokerage: David Sharir Israeli Artist: B. 1938. David Sharir was born in 1938 in Israel, the son of Russian immigrants. He began his study of art in Tel Aviv and continued in Florence and Rome where he studied architecture and theater design. His set designs include such productions as Peer Gynt for the Habima, Israel's National Theater (1970-71) and Hansel and Gretl for the Opera Company of Boston (1978-79). The brightly colored costumes and intricate stage designs which he created for these productions have profoundly influenced his art. In 1966, David Sharir moved to Jaffa and it was here that the style which has become his hallmark was truly developed. His studio, his family, and his spiritual devotion all served as inspiration for the imagery in his work. His evolving style combined personal experience, Biblical symbolism, and fantasy. Today, Sharir has earned a place as a leading Israeli artist. The artist currently resides in the Old City of Jaffa where he continues to live and work in the spirit of celebration.

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