Location15411 SW 14th Avenue Rd Ocala, Florida34473
- Listed: September 23, 2023 10:31 pm
REDUCED TO $319!
This piece comes with a Park West Certificate of Authenticity AND a Park West Gallery Appraisal of $800!
Itzchak Tarkay’s ”Restful Pause’ is a Hand-Signed (lower right) Serigraph on Wove Paper from the Artist’s Low Edition of 132! It is Framed by Park West Gallery. This piece is Brand New and in literally Perfect Condition, as it has Never been hung. You will be the first!
If you’re looking for a true ‘deal’ on one of his paintings, this is the one. Purchase this from eBay ($1,250 – $2,800) or from Art Brokerage starting at$1,500 – $2,200, or save at least $1,111 here!
Title: ‘A Restful Pause” (2007)
Medium: Serigraph on Wove Paper
Artist: Itzchak Tarkay (Hand-Signed in Ink)
Registration Number: 245233.0086
Certificate of Authenticity from Park West Gallery
Size Unframed: 13-3/16″ x 17-3/8″
Size Framed: 23″ x 27″
Condition: Perfect! Never Hung!
Very Low Edition of 132!
Sell: $319: Seriously, you can’t frame it for that price.
Appraised: $800 as of 7/19/2023 (Park West)
Framed: Park West Gallery
Itzchak Tarkay was born in 1935 in Subotica on the Yugoslav-Hungarian border. Towards the end of World War II when Tarkay was just 9 years old, the Nazis sent him with his family to the Mathausen concentration camp. The Allied liberation freed them a year later. Tarkay’s family survived and immigrated to Israel, spending time at the transit camp for new arrivals, Beer Yaakov.
Today, Itzchak Tarkay is one of the most popular and loved artists in the world. Tarkay has achieved recognition as a leading representative of a new generation of figurative artists.
As well as being a painter and watercolorist, Tarkay is a master graphic artist and his rich tapestry of form and color is achieved primarily through the use of the serigraph. In his serigraphs, many colors are laid over one another and used to create texture and transparency.
After exhibiting both in Israel and abroad, he received recognition at the International Art Expo in New York in 1986 and 1987 for works in several forms of media, including oil, acrylic and watercolor. Today, Tarkay is considered one of the most influential artists of the early 21st Century and has inspired dozens of artists throughout the world, with his contemplative depiction of the female figure. Three hardcover books have been written on Tarkay and his art, the most recent, Tarkay, Profile of an Artist was published in 1997.