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Marilyn Monroe by Zinovy Limited Edition Hand

Lot 5008 Details

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Marilyn Monroe on canvas by Zinovy Approx 12x12 inches stretched on wide canvas bars. Limited Edition of 280. Hand signed by the artist Hand embellished by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity.
Condition
This is in excellent condition. Zinovy Shersher immigrated to the United states from Russia in 1980 after years of struggling to keep his own artistic vision alive under the watch of the Soviet Unions restrictive Artists Union. Upon arrival, Shersher enrolled in New Yorks prestigious School of Visual Arts. It was not long before his art was flourishing with his new found freedom and began to receive critical acclaim in one-person and group shows in New York galleries. Today, his work is featured in significant collections throughout the United States and Europe. Excellent Condition.
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Marilyn Monroe by Zinovy Limited Edition Hand

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Oct 16
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5008: Marilyn Monroe by Zinovy Limited Edition Hand

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Est. $2,000 - $2,500Starting Price $275
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Lot 5008 Details

Description
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Marilyn Monroe on canvas by Zinovy Approx 12x12 inches stretched on wide canvas bars. Limited Edition of 280. Hand signed by the artist Hand embellished by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity.
Condition
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This is in excellent condition. Zinovy Shersher immigrated to the United states from Russia in 1980 after years of struggling to keep his own artistic vision alive under the watch of the Soviet Unions restrictive Artists Union. Upon arrival, Shersher enrolled in New Yorks prestigious School of Visual Arts. It was not long before his art was flourishing with his new found freedom and began to receive critical acclaim in one-person and group shows in New York galleries. Today, his work is featured in significant collections throughout the United States and Europe. Excellent Condition.

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