This Month, Featuring Romanée-Conti by Ciba Karisik

A single Bottle of 1945 Romanée-Conti sold at auction for £424,000 to become world’s most expensive wine.

Born in Sarajevo, Ciba continues the artistic talents of his family. Showing his skill at a young age, Ciba went on to study at the Sarajevo Academy of Fine Art where he completed both his Bachelor and Masters degrees.

By the early 1980’s, Ciba had established his reputation as an artist. With war came the destruction of his studio, art and dreams. Committed to creating art, he found a way to continue and in 1996, Ciba and his family moved to Canada. Now a Canadian citizen, his artistic success continues.

In recent years Ciba’s paintings have been widely collected throughout North America and Europe.

Oil On Canvas 62" x 38", 

  • $ 10,000 Retail Price  $7,500 Our Wholesale Price

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