Aaron Bohrod, a prominent American artist, created the lithograph “Church in Luxembourg” in 1946. Measuring 9 x 12 7/8 inches, this artwork is part of the collection at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Bohrod was known for his realistic figures in cityscapes, landscapes, surrealism and trompe l’oeil painting. He is widely recognized for developing a highly decorative and detailed style of still life paintings.
Bohrod received Guggenheim Fellowships which allowed him to travel and paint throughout the United States while also gaining international recognition. In this particular piece, “Church in Luxembourg,” he depicts a church building set against a cluster of trees with vibrant foliage surrounding it. The image captures both the beauty of nature as well as architectural marvels.
This edition is limited to only 250 prints which are signed by the artist himself. The lithograph was published by Associated American Artists located in New York City. This print’s distinguishable composition highlights Bohrod’s keen eye for detail that immerses any person who gazes upon it into his world and aesthetic philosophy.