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Gamboa Yoruban Flowers In Blue Giclee On Paper

Gamboa Yoruban Flowers In Blue  Giclee On Paper Gamboa

Status: Limited Availability | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Giclee On Paper | Edition Size: Limited Edition 395 | Dim: | Gamboa| Item #: A3218

Price: $ 250.00 USD      

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Gamboa Yoruban Flowers In Blue  Giclee On Paper is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $83.33 over 60 days.

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Yoruban Flowers in BlueGiclee On Paper

NOTES: Watercolor Giclee

Yoruban Flowers In BlueGiclee On Paper by Gamboa  Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this is an authentic Limited Edition production.  Gamboa. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Gamboa bio

Consuelo Gamboa lived in Mexico as a young girl, where her talents became evident when she was very young. Her earliest childhood memories are of painting, "My mother says I was born with a paintbrush in my hand," Consuelo Gamboa fondly recalls. Consuelo Ferrera Gamboa, her Grandmother and artist, was her namesake and mentor. After completing her formal education in Mexico, Consuelo Gamboa moved to Canterbury, England. In Canterbury she studied watercolor and portrait techniques that have become part of her trademark. Two years later she moved to Paris where she attended the Ecole du Lourve for three years studying Art History. Consuelo Gamboa moved to the United States in 1978, to Southern California. In 1981 that GAMBOA began publishing her art. and in 1987 she formed GAMBOA Publishing and her visibility escalated. Consuelo Gamboa's formal training and natural skills communicate her ability to understand the true feeling of any subject she paints. With this natural ability GAMBOA'S art has been accepted throughout the world.