Passage Du Magador 2000 - Paris, France
Limited Edition Print : Giclee
Size : 16x14 in | 41x36 cm
Framed : 22x20 in | 56x51 cm
Edition : From the Edition of 195
- Framed Limited Edition Giclee $1,995
Hand SignedOn Verso in Pen
Condition Other - The frame paper has a tear in the backpaper. . The front fabric liner appears a bit discolored. Is Only noticeable closeup.
Framed without GlassMahogany Frame With Ivory Fabric
Purchased fromGallery 2000
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage
Vadik Suljakov - Russian Federation
Art Brokerage: Vadik Suljkaov Russian Artist: Since arriving in the United States over a decade ago, master Russian artist Vadik Suljakov (pronounced Shul-ya-kov) has established himself as one of the most distinguished young impressionists in the country. Vadik Suljakov, born in the cultural center of Moscow in 1960, comes from an intellectual family with many generations of artists and writers. His parents gave him an excellent home education, which included painting by the age of seven. He continued with Russia's most rigid and traditional art education and from the age of twelve to twenty, he perfected his style. Suljakov studied at the Moscow First Art School and served apprenticeships at the Moscow Graphic Art Committee and the Moscow Art Group. In 1990, Suljakov left Russia for the United States like many other artists had done, because they were asked to tie their art to politics. He then spent a year in New York City with a group of other artists from his native Russia, working as a commercial artist. When asked how he feels about the United States, Suljakov emphatically states, "I came to America when the time was right, when I had enough experience to express my art and thought on canvas." Original paintings wanted.