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George Botich Wall Art

George Botich is an American artist whose paintings expressly display his fascination with Europe. It all began after he graduated from the Ringling School of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago. Botich spent a whole year painting and traveling in the European countryside. The experiences he had while traveling in Europe had a great impact on his artistic life, work, and physical being. He developed a strong attachment with Europe, something that sees him travel to Europe every year, especially to the Greek Isles and Paris. Although Paris has been painted by many artists, he still found something interesting to paint. It all began in 1985 when he caught an eye on light beating a particular building. The painting he made out of that view was a demonstrating that there is still a lot to paint about Paris. When creating his artwork, he spends between 3-6 hours on site, trying as much as possible to work fast so that he isn't caught by clouds or rain. He gets the best of the moments as a result of shadows and light.

Mr. Botch is married with a daughter, together with whom they live in Chicago. He owns a studio where he works daily, doing the final touches to the sketches he makes outside. His works are usual done in vertical orientation and are usually of small sizes. They can be found in private and public collections all over US and parts of Europe. He uses oil paint as his primary medium.
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Summer Interlude Fine Art Print
Summer Interlude
16" x 20"
 
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Vin De Paris Fine Art Print
Vin De Paris
8" x 20"
 
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Left Bank Bistro Fine Art Print
Left Bank Bistro
13" x 25"
 
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