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Fine Art Etching " Shahrit State II" by Guillaume AZOULAY

* Hand signed by Artist.
* Limited edition : # 13 / 45
* Paper size: 30" x 22"
Printed area: 15 3/4" diameter.
* Very good condition, please SEE PICTURES !
* Date : Possibly 1980s.


*Guillaume Azoulay (Morocco, b. 1949)*

Guillaume Azoulay, a self-taught artist, was born in Casablanca, Morocco in 1949.

His parents settled in Paris when Azoulay was ten and by the age of thirteen,

he was sketching and selling his drawings on the streets and planning his career as an artist.

As Azoulay met people from various parts of the world, his interest in traveling grew and

when he was fourteen he left home and hitchhiked across Europe and the Middle East.

His desire to see and be part of the life, history and beauty of the world took him from Copenhagen to Rome,

from Lisbon to Jerusalem.

Azoulay made the world his university, people were his main subject with their joys and pains and ways of life.

Guillaume became fluent in five languages.

After moving several times Azoulay settled in California in March of 1976

The brilliance of Azoulay’s art centers on his ability to convey the purity of line to create strong illusions

of fluid motion and life. Line is the key element of design in Azoulay’s artwork.

It is through his organic line that Azoulay creates balance, harmony, contrast, and the illusion of depth

and movement in each one of his compositions.

Original Guillaume Azoulay Etching SHAHRIT State II Limited Nr. 13/45 Signed 30 "x 22 " Etching Print


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