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"Meeting of the Universe 1981" by Marisol Escobar - Lithograph $1,500
Meeting of the Universe 1981 Limited Edition Print by Marisol Escobar
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Marisol Escobar

"Meeting of the Universe 1981"

1981
  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph

    Size : 30x22.5 in  |  76x57 cm
    Framed : 33x25.5 in  |  84x65 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 150

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Hand SignedLower Center in Pencil 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with GlassMaple Frame 
Purchased fromPrivate Collector 1990 
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Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
LID127337
Marisol Escobar - France

Art Brokerage: Marisol Escobar French Artist: B. 1930 Marisol Escobar was born in Paris to Venezuelan parents Gustavo Escobar and Josefina Hernandez on May 22, 1930. Marisol has a brother, also Gustavo, who is now an economist living in Venezuela. Financially comfortable, the family lived something of a nomadic existence in Europe, Venezuela and the United States. Their wealth derived from the Venezuelan oil business and real estate that afforded the family a very comfortable, social lifestyle. Marisol's mother died in New York in 1941 when Marisol was eleven years old. Following the tragedy and for the duration of World War II, the family lived mainly in Caracas, with the children attending a series of local schools. Near the end of the war, Marisol's father moved the family to Los Angeles, California where Marisol was enrolled in the Westlake School for Girls. With aspirations to become a painter, Marisol first studied art in evening drawing classes at the Jepson School in Los Angeles when she was sixteen. By this time, she was already proficient in representational drawing. Catholicism imbued Marisol with beliefs in mystery, miracles, intercession and awareness of a spiritual/supernatural aspect of life that permeated both her character and work as an artist. Listings wanted.

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