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Arthur Soll

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Arthur Soll

Arthur Soll was an American Artist considered a pillar of modern art. He was born in 1923 in Iowa and was a graduate of the Iowa School of Art and Design. He is renowned and respected for his unique and captivating style which blends elements of surrealism and impressionism to create a visionary and eclectic body of work. Throughout his career, Soll exhibited his art in various galleries from New York to Los Angeles and even Tokyo. He was also a prominent figure in the contemporary art scene and was even awarded several prestigious prizes. Some of his most renowned works include “The Breath of Life”, “The Fading Light” and “Dreams of Passion”.

Arthur Soll, American artist, modern art, surrealism, impressionism.

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