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Rebbe – Pen and Ink

Guillaume Azoulay, a Jewish artist and member of Chabad of Las Vegas-Summerlin, created this pen and ink portrait of the Rebbe. More

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It is not in the best taste...
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It is not in the best taste...

Why do we have to publish EVERYTHING that’s out there? This is clearly not a respectful way to portray the Rebbe, period. Even if others might find art, talent or appeal in these type of drawings. For Lubavitchers it’s simply not in the best of taste.

I luv it!!
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I luv it!!

where can i get one? any number or website?

#1 you are very ignorant
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#1 you are very ignorant

Azoulay is a very famous artist with drawing and painting in various museums around the world. Infact he has been commissioned to draw all the stain glassed windows for the new 4.5 million dollar chabad house in summerlin. He has sold his prints to heads of states etc. You better know what you are talking about before you open you attempt to talk.! GO azoulay from your computer repair guy!

wowyyy!!!!
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wowyyy!!!!

now that’s talent…

interested in purchasing
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interested in purchasing

does anyone know where i can buy this?

To #3
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To #3

Number one probably thinks that Picasso, Monet, and the like are bad taste.

#3 You are very intelligent
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#3 You are very intelligent

Ah, so “Azoulay is a very famous artist with drawing and painting in various museums around the world” – this makes it nice. And since “He has sold his prints to heads of states” – this must mean that everything he touches is stunningly beautiful. I guess we’re not as ‘cultured’ as you.

chchick
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chchick

I would not feel comfortable making a negative comment about an actual photo of the Rebbe. But when it comes to an artist’s rendering, I think one can give criticism as it is subjective to what he saw with his eyes, processed in his mind and drew with his hand. And I have to say that what little that I can see of this drawing, I don’t like. Sorry, no offense intended.

email me for prints
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email me for prints

if you want to purchase any prints from azoulay then email me and i will put you in touch with him. [email protected]

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