Guillaume Azoulay; Original Pen * Ink Drawing On Paper - 2 Horse

$3,394.00 CAD
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Guillaume Azoulay, a self-taught artist, was born in Casablanca, Morocco in 1949. His parents settled in Paris when Azoulay was ten and by the age of thirteen, he was sketching and selling his drawings on the streets and planning his career as an artist. As Azoulay met people from various parts of the world, his interest in traveling grew, and when he was fourteen he left home and hitchhiked across Europe and the Middle East. His desire to see and be part of the life, history, and beauty of the world took him from Copenhagen to Rome, and from Lisbon to Jerusalem. Indeed, Azoulay made the world his university.


The brilliance of Azoulay’s art centers on his ability to convey a purity of individual lines intricately joined to create an overpowering illusion of fluid motion and life. The line is the key element of design in Azoulay’s artwork. Often, Azoulay will create an entire artwork without ever lifting the pen from the paper, using a single, unbroken line. It is through his lines that Azoulay creates balance, harmony, contrast, depth, and movement in each one of his compositions. 

Medium: Color Pencil on Paper

Edition: Original

Signature: Hand Signed

Image Size: 14" x 11"

Frame Size: Approx. 23.5" x 20.5" x 1" 

Note: This item is sold framed. Since it has been previously displayed the frame may have imperfections. Please contact us for a detailed condition report.

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