Born in Romania in 1923, artist Sandu Liberman specialized in oil on canvas and lithograph portrait paintings, which often formed narratives about their female subjects. Lieberman's art prints include depictions of dancers, nudes, and city life. In 1952, he received a gold medal at the International Art Festival of Romania for his outstanding work. Sandu Liberman's lithographs show how he takes advantage of the soft, feathery effects created by the process.
Upon moving to Israel, where he later died in 1977, he was commissioned by the government to make portraits of various high-ranking officials and the President of Guinea to hang inside the Royal Palace. Lieberman's art prints can be seen in many countries and his artwork continues to captivate his audiences. Invaluable offers an array of exceptional lithographs for sale from online vendors and at auction.