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Edwin Salomon (1935-2014), "El Picador (Dark)" Limited Edition Serigraph, Hand Signed and Numbered; Letter of Authenticity.
Item #258596

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18 x 26


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"El Picador (Dark)" is a limited edition serigraph on paper by Edwin Salomon (1935-2014). The piece comes hand signed by the artist, numbered, and with a letter of authenticity. Measures approximately 26" x 18".

Edwin Salomon was born in Romania, in 1935. In 1951 he was admitted to the Academy of Fine Arts in Cluj. In the fourth year of his studies, the National Museum of Bucharest bought three of his paintings. In 1957, he graduated from the Academy of Fine Sculptors Association as a member, an act that symbolized his adaptation to the Israeli art world. In 1965, Salomon went to Paris, for additional artistic training at the Sorbonne.

Salomon went on to teach art at a variety of institutions, among them the Art Institute of Bat-Yam, the Tel-Aviv Museum and the teachers College in Ramat Hasharon, as well as serving as Art Director for the Wizo-France Vocational high school.

Edwin Salomon has won many award aroudn the globe and his paintings appear in numerous private collections in Israel, the U.S.A., Canada, Uruguay, Brazil, Romania, Sweden, Hungary, as well as in public collections such as the National Museum of Bucharest, the Cluj Museum, the Herzelia Museum, the President's Residence in Jerusalem and the Great Synagogue of Washington DC.

Salomon died in 2014.

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