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John Asaro, "Summer Story" Limited Edition, Numbered 72/195 and Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity. Retail $850.00
Item #238780

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30 x 26


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"Summer Story" is a limited edition giclee on paper by Michael Albrechtsen, numbered 68/195 and hand signed by the artist. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 35" x 31.5" (border), 30" x 26" (image).

John Asaro is a Native Californian, who grew up near the City of San Diego and the beautiful beaches of Point Loma. Asaro studied art at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA between 1951-1958. He then furthered his education in 1959 at The Arts Students League, New York, NY. During his educational endeavors he studied many many great artists who helped mold his style. Asaro was motivated by Milford Ellison, a watercolor instructor and inspired by the works of Rembrandt, Rubens, Money, Sargent, Sorolla, Matisse and Bonnard.

Asaro strives to make his style, content and subjects as personal and candid as possible in order to make his artistic point as attainable as possible to as many people as possible. He attempts to capture immediate fleeting impressions rather than permanent aspects of a subject. He sketches quickly outdoors to capture a moment and returns to the studio to finish the piece. He has experimented with a combination of palette knife and brush techniques create the fleeting and ephemeral essence of life found in nature and is a crucial element of the human condition.

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