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David Schluss, "Violin At Dusk" Limited Edition Serigraph, Numbered and Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity. Retail $500.00
Item #230578

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17 x 17


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"Violin At Dusk" is a limited edition serigraph on paper by David Schluss, numbered and hand signed by the artist. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 17" x 17" (image).

David Schluss, was born in 1943, and started painting at a very early age in Israel. He attended school in the ancient city of Jaffa, a historical seaport in central Israel. The mystical walls of the city and the austere religion of the historic churches, temples and monasteries provided him with inspiration. It was during these early years in Israel that Schluss developed an overwhelming desire to paint. Today, Schluss paints only using his hands. Using his fingers as paintbrushes, he sculpts out images, textures and colors directly onto the canvas. It is with this unique vision that Schluss creates his whimsical and playful images. In 1983, David Schluss opened a Studio in Fort LLauderdale, Florida where he still continues to work on his painting technique. His paintings are currently being displayed in the Teffen Museum in Israel, The Museum of Modern Art in Fort Lauderdale, and in many private and public collections throughout the world.