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Original 3-D Hand Signed Monoprint "WEDDING IN JERUSALEM" by C. Fazzino

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SKU: 70648
Artist/Maker: Charles Fazzino
Year: 1994
Medium/Material: 3D Monoprint
Condition: Very Good. A- (Determining Condition)
Height: 30cm  (11.81in.) Width: 40cm (15.75in.)

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Original 3-D Hand Signed Monoprint "WEDDING IN JERUSALEM" by C. Fazzino

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A beautiful 3-D monoprint realized by Charles Fazzino in 1994 titled "WEDDING IN JERUSALEM". It is hand signed. As the title suggests, this colorful work consists of the various scenes from this holy ceremony. In the background there is a detailed depiction of some of Jerusalem's landmarks. Charles Fazzino is an American pop artist, known for his silkscreen serigraphs in a 3D pop art style.Born in 1955, Charles Fazzino is the son of a Finnish sculptor (Irene) and an Italian mode shoe designer (Salvatore). He took his first formal art class as a 7th grader in 1967 and had his first solo art exhibition at Pelham High School in 1968. He often accompanied his mother to the arts and crafts shows in which she exhibited and in 1971, he put up his own display at the Bedford Hills Outdoor Arts Show, the first time he exhibited for the general public. He attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and graduated with his bachelor of arts in 1977. Today, his works are sold and exhibited in hundreds of galleries and museums in more than twenty different countries around the world. He has been commissioned to create artwork events such as The Super Bowl, The GRAMMY Awards, The Pori Jazz Festival, Major League Baseball All-Star Game, and the Daytime Emmy Awards.[citation needed] Fazzino is most well-known for the three-dimensionality of his silkscreen serigraphs. In 1980, while exhibiting in the juried arts fairs in Florida, Charles Fazzino attended a 3-D paper tole class in an arts supply store. He experimented with the technique and showed his first three-dimensional print at the Greenwich Village Art Show in New York City in May, 1980. Fazzino entered the gallery circuit when he sold his first 3-D offset lithographs to a gallery in Michigan. He began using the silkscreen printing process in 1986. (Wiki)

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