ALEXANDER DZIGURSKI AMERICAN ARTIST, 1911-1995 original oil on canvas. Painted early in the artists career while living in Italy, a fine rendition of the Grand Canal. This is a rare offering, as the majority of this California artists work is California related.
Alexander Dzigurski, who is known for his seascapes, landscapes, and some portraiture, is associated with the art of California, although he was born in the farming community of Backa, located in Stari Becej, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His extensive US travel can be seen in his works from the Smokies, the Grand Tetons, Mt. Shasta, the Rockies, Glacier National Park, New England, and other coastal areas. His paintings can be found in the Franklin Mint Museum of American Art in Pennsylvania, the Republic Bank of Dallas, The Michigan Bank of Chicago, Illinois, the Ravenswood Bank of Chicago, Illinois, and at the Caterpillar Tractor Company in Peoria, Illinois. Dimensions: TBA Additional photos will be posted.
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