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by Guillaume Azoulay
An original etching depicting the face of Marilyn Monroe, on wove paper, numbered 108/150 and inscribed "Happy Birthday" in pencil, copyright 2006, hand signed by the artist in pencil lower right.
Sight size: 20"H x 16"W
Framed: 33"H x 28"W
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Guillaume Azoulay (1949- ) is an Israeli/American artist known for his abstract painting and etchings. Born in Casablanca, Morocco by the age of thirteen he was sketching and selling his drawings on the street and at fairs. He has held major exhibits in Rome, Copenhagen, Monte Carlo, Reno, Paris, TelAviv and many other cities. His works are found in the collections of former President Ronald Reagan, Francois Mitter and, the late Anwar Sadat, King Hassan II of Morocco, Prince Rainier and Prince Karim Aga Khan.
In 1978 two of his works were accepted into the permanent collection of the Louvre Museum in Paris and is the youngest artist to be accepted in the permanent archives of the Louvre.