Michel KURCHÉ - Maaloula

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Type of Artwork Original artwork
Title Maaloula
Year 1948
Category Painting
Medium Oil
Signature lower right
Size of the artwork
11.5 x 8 in
29.21 x 20.32 cm
Certificate issued by Dimitri Michel Kirsheh (Artists Son)
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This is one of Michel KURCHÉ’s most iconic paintings. It is called Maaloula and it was painted in 1948. Maaloula is a historic Christian village in Syria.  This painting measures 8 inches by 11.5 inches

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Certificate of authenticity is issued by Dimitri Michel Kirsheh (Son of Michel KURCHÉ)

Michel Kurche (Syrian, 1900-1973) was an artist known for his pioneering contributions to the impressionistic current in Syrian art. From 1919-1924, Kurche served as the apprentice to artist and professor Lucien Simon at the School of Fine Arts, Paris. While in Paris, Kurche was influenced by the work of the Impressionists. Kurche depicted historical and modern buildings in Damascus, as well as views of the countryside and the Syrian desert. Kurche was the recipient of many awards throughout his career, including a medal at the 1st and 3rd Regional Bienali Symposium in Alexandria for the Mediterranean countries and the 1960 medal of the Ministry of Culture from the Syrian territory

Lot # 2039347
Country UNITED STATES (Bolton landing)
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Auction ends on 14 Dec 2019 12:00
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