D.S. Kim - Shoreline Splendor, Framed

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    “Shoreline Splendor”

    Artist: D.S. Kim, Korean ( b. 1961 - )

    Medium: Original Oil on Canvas, Framed

    Subject: Ocean Seascape

    Price: $1,995.00

    Artwork Size: 30" x 40"

    Framed Size: 37" x 47"

    All artwork is signed by D.S. Kim and comes with Certificate of Authenticity and Appraisal. Art Leaders Gallery is an authorized D.S. Kim art dealer.

    Free shipping in the continental USA. Additional shipping charges may apply for Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Client will be contacted regarding shipping if additional charges apply. Please contact the gallery for international shipping.

    D.S. Kim Artist Biography
    D.S. Kim was born on August 15th, 1961. As his grandfather was an art professor at a local University, it could be said that art was an inborn talent D.S. Kim had within himself. While in middle school, his art teacher noticed his talent in art and recommended further training. At that time he began experimenting with pastels and watercolors.

    After furthering his art studies, D.S. Kim graduated from Busan Art High School. In 1983, Kim received a degree from the Dong University of Art. In 1985 he became an art instructor for the Art Institute in Korea, where he worked for three years. His later travels to France can be seen in his work.

    His art reflects a love of the Mediterranean region with its red-roofed homes and white stucco hillside villas, beaches and gentle shorelines. Kim has works on public display at many public locations around the world and is within many private collections in Asia, Europe and the U.S.A.

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