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More than 10 new paintings by Michael Azgour have just arrived in our gallery. Make sure to make an appointment to see them in the gallery or see the online preview on my.hohmann.art
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Access to the live inventory is currently limited to existing clients, but we would be happy to send you tear sheets of new works if you are considering one for your collection. Please use the form on the top of the page to get in touch.
Our inventory changes frequently, which is why we show only examples on this page, many of which have already sold.
We usually have a number of works immediately available and if you are considering one of his works for your collection or for a project, please fill out this form and we will send you a list of available works.
If you are already a client/customer of the gallery, you can request access to our complete live inventory where you can see everything that is available with prices. www.hohmann.art/private
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Please fill out this form and we will email you a list of works by Michael Azgour that are immediately available.
All of Michael Azgour’s works are original, one-of-a-kind paintings. Small works start in the low $2,000s, mid-size paintings sell between $6,000 - 9,000 and large works sell well into the high $20,000s.
Michael Azgour was born in California in 1979.
His paintings are expressive and geometric abstractions informed by a process that combines a strategic, realistic technique with pattern and repetition. Although the disparate visuals and juxtaposed compositions in his work appear random, they are bits of narrative from the artist’s own life and travels.
Michael splits his time between San Francisco and Poland as both painter and teacher.