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Mikulas Kravjansky "Romeo and Juliet" triptych of extraordinary beauty and quality.intaglio technich. on hand made paper The size of each panel is 30" X 22". edition size is 95. in mint condition

Mikulas Kravjansky "Romeo and Juliet" triptych of extraordinary beauty and quality.intaglio technich. on hand made paper The size of each panel is 30" X 22". edition size is  95. in mint condition
Mikulas Kravjansky "Romeo and Juliet" triptych of extraordinary beauty and quality.intaglio technich. on hand made paper The size of each panel is 30" X 22". edition size is 95. in mint condition
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Mikulas Kravjansky "Romeo and Juliet" triptych of extraordinary beauty and quality.intaglio technich. on hand made paper The size of each panel is 30" X 22". edition size is 95. in mint condition and the pieces have vever been framed or mounted. and they are in the original folder They signed and numbered and dated Each piece is entirely hand made and thus each panel is unique



Mikulas speaks about these pieces - "Surely one of Shakespeare's best loved and popular plays, Romeo and Juliet is practically synonymous with the writer himself. The universal appeal of the play no doubt stems from its timeless theme of the blind persistence of innocent love. What the heart commands cannot be denied and young Romeo and Juliet, therefor, are truly heroic in stature, compelling the reader to examine his or her own experiences and motivation behind life's major decisions. That Romeo and Juliet end their lives in tragedy does not detract from the fundamental truth that love conquers all and that youth must rise over the prejudices and moral pettiness of previous generations."

"I have incorporated some of the well-known images from the play in my work; the famous balcony scene, the ball at which Romeo and Juliet first meet and the flight in the Town Square which dramatizes the feuding between the Montagues and Capulets which seeks to keep the star-crossed lovers apart. Central to my work, of course, are Romeo and juliet themselves, the lovers. Their innocence and courage are ultimately the shinning light that all too late shocks their families into ending a senseless feud."

"My lifelong love of the theater was my inspiration for this work and others in my Shakespearean suite. I hope that all the work brings to you the same mystic, love and excitement." - {Mikulas Kravjansky 1987}