"Amalfi Twilight 2014 Embellished "
Limited Edition Print : Hand Embellished Serigraph on Canvas
Size : 30x40 in | 76x102 cm
Framed : 40x50 in | 102x127 cm
Edition : From the Edition of 195REDUCED8 WATCHING
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Hand SignedLower Left in Paint
Framed without Glass
Purchased fromGallery 2005
Story / Additional InfoVentana Gallery in Sacramento, California
Certificate of AuthenticityVentana Gallery
Sam Park - Korea
Art Brokerage: Sam Park Korean Artist: Early on, Sam Park attracted the attention of prominent artists and heads of state. Byen Si-Jin, former university president of Jo-Joo Island, was his private art teacher and mentor. The former president of South Korea, Yoon Bo-Sun, personally awarded him many First Places in the national competitions of the Mok-Woo Art Society. Sam Park is still the youngest person ever to have competed in these competitions. After graduating from Jung Ang University in 1973, Sam Park traveled to France, where he studied painting and lived with other young artists in Paris. His artistic style today clearly reflects the inspiration of the French Impressionists. Sam Park returned to Korea briefly in 1984 to participate in the national Olympic - sponsored art competition for the upcoming 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. With more than two thousand entrants in the competition, park won and received a Gold Medal. Following the Olympics, Park's painting was purchased by the Hyundai Corporation for permanent display at their corporate headquarters. In 1986, Sam Park became a member of the jury of Heart and Mind Artists Association of Korea, which is the organization that assesses all artwork presented for juried competition in that nation. Sam Park then returned to Europe, where Park lived for the next fourteen years, primarily in France, but also in Greece and on Cyprus. While living on Cyprus, Sam Park was commissioned by the President of Cyprus to paint the First Lady's portrait. This and five other paintings by Sam Park are currently displayed in the collection in the Presidential Palace. Listings wanted.