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Jupiter 4-Rafael Bogarin-Limited Edition Framed Print

Jupiter 4By Rafael Bogarin

$1,228.99
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40" x 34"
Limited Edition Framed Print
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About This Piece
The Art
This silkscreen print was produced in a limited edition of It is signed and numbered by the artistbr br Also known as silk screening serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens resulting in an art print that resembles a painting on paper

This collectible limited edition framed print is restricted to a one-time print run and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, providing the art enthusiast with an affordable alternative to original art. A complimentary high-quality frame is individually selected to match the print. Limited editions are produced under the supervision of the artist or master printer, ensuring you receive just what was intended.
Product ID: 14258073434A
The Artist
Rafael Bogarin, Venezuelan (1946 - )<br/><br/>Rafael Bogarin is an established contemporary Venezuelan artist known for his abstract serigraphs. Bogarin was born in 1946, in El Tigre, where he grew up making his own toys and learning to draw. He studied in Caracas at the Cristobal Rojas School of Fine Arts, specializing in lithography and etching.<br/><br/>From 1970 to 1992, Bogarin, like so many artists, lived in New York. As he explored various techniques, he became an expert in serigraphs, earning himself acclaim in Latin America as a pioneer. In South America he traveled the continent giving classes and learning about native cultures. When he returned to the land of his youth, he was inspired to create the concept of the entire world in the Museo Vial in El Tigre in 1982. Later he made others along the route between Colombia and Venezuela. Recently he has been creating and realizing ideas like the Museo de Murales a Cielo Abierto (Museum of Murals to the Open Sky).