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Bird-Catcher-2. Print on canvas 65 см. (2022) Printmaking by Irena Aizen
Limited Edition (#6/75)
- Dimensions Height 25.6in, Width 20.1in
- Framing This artwork is not framed
- Categories Printmaking under $1,000 Surrealism
Digigraphie by Epson standards.
Reproductions of the original painting by Irena Aizen.
The print is varnished with numerous coats of a high quality
UV protective varnish.
All edges are painted, so framing is not essential.
Ready to hang.
The perception of colors depends on the monitor and can be varied.
The main image does not reflect the quality of the scan of the painting from which the print is made.
A more accurate quality of the scan can be assessed on additional views (placed below the main image).
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Irena Aizen is a contemporary Russian artist. Since her childhood, she was surrounded by a creative atmosphere representing the third generation of artists in her family. Not surprisingly, Irena's life path was naturally defined, and at the age of ten she began her professional training at an art academy and then continued it at the college. In Russia, Irena worked as an illustrator at a book publishing house, but when she moved to Israel she continued to develop her artistic career, exhibiting her works in galleries, and started participating in exhibitions all over the world.
Her artworks are exhibited in the Museum of Russian Art (Jersey City, USA), The Naive Art Museum of Latvia (Riga), The Tula Museum of Fine Arts (Russia), Galerie Natalie Boldyreff (Paris, France), Danielle Peleg Gallery (USA), Tribes Fine Art Gallery (Tel Aviv, Israel), Egozi Gallery (Tel Aviv, Israel), Art & About Gallery (Israel), and may be found as part of private collections in the USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, Russia, Israel, Great Britain, China, etc.
Irena Aizen was born in Russia, where she graduated from the Yaroslavl Art college. She lives and works in Israel.
The Artist was highlighted in an article in Artmajeur Magazine:
Irena Aizen, the psychology of human interrelationships