Zwy Milshtein (1934) "the Workshop", Large Oil On Canvas Around 1960 flag

Zwy Milshtein (1934) "the Workshop", Large Oil On Canvas Around 1960
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"Zwy Milshtein (1934) "the Workshop", Large Oil On Canvas Around 1960"
Large oil on canvas representing a vast desk in the painter's studio on which reigns a magical chaos. Around 1960, very good condition. Dim. 195 x 115 cm Delivery by hand or by courier, contact us prior to purchase for estimate (150 € for Paris for example) Painter, draftsman, engraver, writer Zwy Milshtein was born in Kishinev in Moldova in 1934. Milshtein begins to to approach the creation in the sufferings of the war when the Soviets enter Moldavia.Grace to a scholarship he enters the engraving workshop of the Beaux Arts of Paris. He masters in engraving all the supports and all the techniques and begins to collaborate since 1959 with the gallery Katia Granoff (French poetess of Russian origin). He obtains the "critics prize" for his engraving work and works with the most prestigious print dealers. It is an expressionist painting with the influence of painters like Bosch, Brueghel, Goya and Soutine. "Zwy Milshtein manages to instill hope in the heart of chaos, making poetic and touching everyday life, fried eggs, flying leeks take on an epic dimension!" There is magic in his eyes. child enchants each of his works ".- Claire Corcia
Price:1800 €
Artist : Zwy Milshtein
Period:20th century
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Huile sur toile
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Zwy Milshtein (1934) "the Workshop", Large Oil On Canvas Around 1960
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