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d'ART ID#: 128949
Length: 40.00 IN (101.60 cm)
Height: 60.00 IN (152.40 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Canvas , Giclee
Style & Subject:
Abstract , Contemporary
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Noah Li-Leger
Autumn Leaves I
Noah Li-Leger
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GICLEE

"Autumn Leaves I" by Noah Li-Leger


A Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
Edition Size: 495

Optional Stretching available for $70.00
Optional Varnishing available for $64.00
Optional Embellishing available for $150.00


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Noah Li-Leger
HISTORY & BACKGROUND

Born in 1984 to parents who are artists, Noah Li-Leger grew up surrounded by art. As a child, the studio was his playground. His exposure to a wide variety of art, including the great museums of Europe and North America, fuels his creativity and inspires him to experiment with many different artistic mediums.

Apart from painting, Noah also makes kinetic sculpture, which can be found in collections in Montreal, New York, Paris, and other cities worldwide.

Noah?s approach to painting reflects his strong interests in design. His paintings emphasize form and color, rather than literal subject matter. Thus his paintings capture the eye, leaving interpretation to the viewer.

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