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    4.67 (1 votes)
    Price: 9,000.00 USD
    Contact kjc0530@daum.net
    Added 2017-04-07 04:53:43
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    Recently, from few years ago, I enjoying to draw the bridge. and the role of the bridge I wonder.

    The bridge means it`s history and cultural exchanges, and the means of communication.

    I went to Europe for 15days in October, 2011. and come to New York for my exhibition for 15days visited.

    The bridge soaked landscapes in the coming original color to observe the direction of the work I found.

    When I draw of the bridge Simon and garfunkel`songs reminds me."bridge over troubled water"

    The 21century, all the arduous journey of life from a bridge over troubled water, I can hope to draw a picture.

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: JUCHUL KIM
    Width (inches): 91cm
    Height (inches): 62.2cm
    Country Republic of Korea
    Media Oil
    Painting Genre: Representational: Landscape / Nature



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    This is a stunning piece.

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