I ordered a personalized necklace and for some unclear internet reason the order went in twice. I only noticed it once I saw the bank statement which was after the two necklaces were already shipped. I immediate contacted the online "Avi" who is the chat representative and he took care of everything including tracking the packages, calming me and making sure I get the full reimbursement. In addition, the necklace arrived on time and looked great. It was really comforting to see that you can send such a gift online without seeing it first with your own eyes and still get the full attention of the representatives and get a great product. It is a especially true since things went wrong to start with but nevertheless had a happy ending.
Signed and Numbered by the Artist.
Limited Edition :275 Unframed.
Samuel Tepler was born in Hrubiesz w, Poland, to an orthodox Jewish family. A Holocaust survivor, after the war he settled in Tel Aviv, he died there on 18 July 1998. His work has won international renown and appreciation.He began his studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Stefan Batory University in Vilnius, where he was taught by an outstanding painter, professor Ludomir Slendziהski. During World War II he found himself in the Soviet Union. After his return to Poland, in 1945 he left for Italy, where he continued his studies at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan. His teachers there included Carlo Carra, Aldo Carpi, and Aldo Salvadori. He graduated in 1949 and presented his first one-man show, which was well received. Despite this, at the end of 1949 he left Italy for Israel. Samuel Tepler enjoyed success both in Israel and abroad, particularly in Italy, where he frequently returned, and where his work won prizes and critical acclaim.
- Author/Artist: Samuel Tepler
- Size (cm): 56 x 60
- Size (Inch): 22 x 23.6