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Jewish Art for the Soul

Eshet Chayil (Woman of Valor)

Eshet Chayil (Woman of Valor)

By Claudia Ravel

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Oil and Mixed Media
Oil and Mixed Media

Artist’s Statement: A woman of valor, who can find?


ClaudiaRavel studied drawing, painting and art history with great masters of art Luisa Reisner and Master Eduardo Mac Entyre. Many collectors, from Argentina and throughout the world, particularly Japan, Israel, France, Canada, and United States own Claudia Ravel paintings. Ms. Ravel has had more than 50 solo and group shows in Argentina from 1989 to 2001, having also participated in art fairs in her native country and abroad, receiving important prizes and distinctions.
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July 5, 2013
Painting 'A Woman of Valor'
Except for its title I fail to discern anything in this painting that relates in any way to the subject of the title.
Philip
NYC
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Claudia Ravel obtained a computing degree from the Buenos Aires University, in Argentina. Then she studied drawing, painting and art history at the workshop of great masters in art. She studied Art Therapy and scenography. Many collectors, from Argentina and throughout the world, particularly Japan, Israel, France, Canada and the United States own Claudia Ravel paintings. Ms. Ravel has had more than 50 solo and group shows in Argentina from 1989 to 2011, having also participated in art fairs in her native country and abroad, receiving important prizes and distinctions. View her work at www.zazzle.com/ClaudiaRavel.
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