Zule Moskowitz(Argentina-Israel)ORIGINAL PASTEL CHALK PAINTINGZ)"Ala sociedad"Translates "High Society" from Spanish. ORIGINAL CHALK PASTEL PAINTING.This piece was removed from its frame, and inspected for authenticity. It is definitely drawn in colored chalk on artist paper and signed by the artist.The title of the picture is at lower center, (picture #3.) It is one of the artist's signature scenes of cafe street life in Buenos Aires.Image:15"X 21". Custom wide giltframe:21\"X27\". Linen matte. Glass protecting cover.........About Artist:Zule lived in the artist’s quarter, “Caminito” in Buenos Aires, Argentina in the 1920’s. There she was inspired by Kinkila Martin, the city’s most famous artist of the time. Her flowing pastels and bold paintings usually have female subjects with men playing a somewhat smaller, yet chivalric role. Zule moved to Israel in 1962 with her family and continued to live there, exploring memories of childhood and the magic of “Caminito” in her paintings.