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"Carnival De Venice AP St Marks Square 2001" by Natasha Turovsky - Artist Proof on Canvas $2,795
Carnival De Venice AP St Marks Square 2001 Limited Edition Print by Natasha Turovsky
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Carnival De Venice AP St Marks Square 2001

Natasha Turovsky

Limited Edition Print : Giclee on Canvas
Size : 33x33 in  |  84x84 cm
Framed : 33x33 in  |  84x84 cm
Edition : From the AP Edition of 20

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Year2001

Hand SignedLower Right 

Condition Excellent 

Not Framed 

Purchased fromGallery 2003 

Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 

LID66900

Natasha Turovsky - Russian Federation

Art Brokerage: Natasha Turovsky Russian Artist: Natasha Turovsky, has already established herself as an internationally reknown artist. Natasha is twice gifted in both music (violinist) and art. She has painted hundreds of canvases as well as perfecting the technique's of both Monoprints and Monotypes on Arches. Ms. Turovsky conveys a touch of Surrealism, Realism, and an overall unique almost "Dalisque" flavor in her works. No two works are alike, and her talent level is extreme, with an exciting fresh approach to the contemporary art world. There are hundreds of collectors of Natasha' s artworks, and she has exhibited in Barcelona, Hong Kong, Cleveland, Boston, New York, Montreal, as well as having her works on tour throughout the US and Canada. listings wanted.

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