Original Signed Oil Painting Poster Angelina Jolie Israel Naive Art Movie Film
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Original Signed Oil Painting Poster Angelina Jolie Israel Naive Art Movie Film:
DESCRIPTION :Up for sale is an original SIGNED OIL PAINTING on plywood , Being a loving portrait of the movie - film star ANGELINA JOLIE. The NAIVE ART painting, VIVID and IMPRESSING , was painted very likely in the 1960's up to the 1980's by the Israeli NAIVE ARTIST of Romanian descent who was born in 1945 to HOLOCAUST SURVIVERS parents - EDDIE GOLDSTEIN .Size is around 19" x 14". Very good condition.( Pls look at scan for accurate AS IS images ) Will be sent in a special protective rigid sealed package.
AUTHENTICITY : Thisis an ORIGINAL vintage SIGNED HAND PAINTED piece , NOT a reproduction or a reprint ,The piece holds alife long GUARANTEE for its AUTHENTICITY and ORIGINALITY. PAYMENTS : Payment method accepted : Paypal .SHIPPMENT : SHIPP worldwide via registered airmail is $19 . Will be sent protected inside a protective rigid packaging.. Handling within 3-5 days after payment. Estimated duration 14 days.
Angelina JolieBiography Film Actress, Activist, Producer, Film Actor/Film Actress, Activist, Actress, Director (1975–) Angelina Jolie is one of Hollywood's leading actresses, known for movies like 'Salt' and 'Maleficent,' and for high-profile relationships like her former marriage to actor Brad Pitt. Who Is Angelina Jolie? Born in Los Angeles, California, on June 4, 1975, Angelina Jolie starred in the HBO biopicGiabefore earning an Academy Award for best supporting actress forGirl, Interrupted. Jolie has become one of Hollywood's top marquee names, having starred in movies likeWanted,Mr. and Mrs. earning her first lead actress Oscar nod for the latter. Jolie later had a huge international blockbuster with Disney'sMaleficent, in which she both starred and executive produced. She's also directed the filmsIn the Land of blood and Honey,UnbrokenandBy the Sea, in which she co-starred with then-husbandBrad Pitt. Early Life Actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie Voight was born on June 4, 1975, in Los Angeles, California, to actorJon Voightand actress Marcheline Bertrand. She rose to stardom in the 1990s. She began acting at a young age, studying at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute while in her early teens. Jolie later attended New York University. 'Gia' & 'Girl, Interrupted' In the 1990s, Angelina Jolie became a popular actress. She gave a star-making performance in the on the short, tragic life of model Gia Marie Carangi. Jolie won a best actress Golden Globe for the role. Another great dramatic role inGirl, Interrupted(1999) brought Jolie her first Academy Award (for best supporting actress). In the new millennium she continued to take on a variety of interesting roles, such as an adventurer in theTomb Raiderfilms (2001 and 2003), a FBI profiler inTaking Lives(2004), an assassin inMr. and Mrs. Smith(2005) and a neglected, troubled socialite wife inThe Good Shepherd(2006). Jolie also embraced the word of sci-fi/fantasy with her roles as a squadron commander inSky Captain and the World of Tomorrow(2004) and a vengeful, monstrous mother inBeowulf(2007). In 2007, Jolie gave a brilliant performance as MarianePearl, the pregnant widow ofWall Street Journalreporter DannyPearl, inA Mighty Heart. The film was based on Mariane's account of her husband's abduction and murder. Humanitarian Efforts A devoted humanitarian, Angelina Jolie was made a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Refugee Agency in 2001. She has made headlines for her work to obtain aid for refugees in Cambodia, Darfur and Jordan, to name just a few. In 2005, Jolie received the Global Humanitarian Action Award from the United Nations Association of the USA for her activism on behalf of refugee rights. She has continued to draw attention to global issues. 'Kung Fu Panda,' 'Maleficent' and Directorial Projects In 2008, after lending her voice to the animated comedyKung Fu Pandaand portraying an assassin inWanted, Jolie appeared in theClint Eastwood-directed thrillerChangeling. Jolie played Christine Collins, a mother whose son reappears after his kidnapping. Collins is sure the returned boy is not the one to whom she gave birth, and her fight reveals a police conspiracy. In 2009, Jolie received her first Oscar nomination for best actress for her role in the film. Jolie went on to earn the lead role in the action-packedSalt(2010), about a CIA agent, Evelyn Salt, who is on the run after being accused of being a Russian spy. That same year, she played the mysterious Elise Clifton-Ward in the espionage flickThe Tourist,alongsideJohnny Depp. In 2014, the actress enjoyed the rewards of shaping a major blockbuster, both starring in and executive producing Disney'sMaleficent.Jolie portrayed the sorceress title character, with the film taking on a woman-centered revisionist approach to the main villain from the animated classicSleeping Beauty(1959). With U.S. critics divided on theMaleficent's merits, the project nonetheless worked box office magic, earning around $240 million domestically and an additional $517 million overseas. Jolie has also begun to hone her craft as a director. She made her feature-length directorial debut with 2011'sIn the Land of blood and Honey, looking at a relationship horribly damaged by the Bosnian War. This was followed by 2014'sUnbroken, a biopic that told the story of OlympianLouis Zamperini's survival in a Japanese POW camp. The film was based on the bestsellingLaura Hillenbrandbook of the same name and earned more than $163 million worldwide. The following year Jolie co-starred with Pitt in the art filmBy the Sea, a slowly-paced Mediterranean tale set in the 1970s about a married couple and the tensions of their relationship. Actress Angelina Jolie arrives at the premiere of Fox Searchlight Pictures' 'The Tree of Life' at the Bing Theatre at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on May 24, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo:Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Marriages and Health Issues Famous for her off-screen romances, Jolie has been married three times. She marriedHackersco-star Jonny Lee Miller in 1995. The couple divorced in 1999. The following year, Jolie married Academy Award-winning actorBilly Bob Thornton. That union lasted until 2003. Jolie met actorBrad Pitt, during the making ofMr. and Mrs. Smithin 2004. At the time, Pitt was married toFriendsstarJennifer Aniston, and his affair with Jolie prompted their divorce, resulting in a Hollywood scandal that dominated tabloids for years. Referred to as "Brangelina," Jolie and Pitt became one of the most sought after Hollywood couples. In 2002, Jolie adopted a son from Cambodia and named him Maddox. Three years later, she adopted a daughter, Zahara. In 2005, Pitt filed paperwork to adopt both of Jolie's children. The couple's first biological daughter, Shiloh, was born in Namibia in 2006. Jolie, Pitt and their children had traveled there to avoid the media frenzy that seemed to follow them wherever they went. In March 2007, Angelina Jolie added a new member to her family. She adopted a 3-year-old boy from a Vietnamese orphanage and named him Pax Thien. Jolie then gave birth to twins, Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline, on July 12, 2008, in a seaside hospital in southern France. The rights for the first images of the twins were sold for $14 million—making them the most expensive celebrity pictures ever taken. Jolie experienced a great personal loss in early 2007, when her mother died of ovarian cancer at the age of 56 after fighting the disease for many years. Her grandmother also died from cancer. In May 2013, 37-year-old Jolie announced in aNew York Timesop-ed article titled "My Medical Choice" that she underwent a double mastectomy in an effort to prevent breast cancer in the future. The actress said she decided to undergo the surgery after learning that she carries a gene known as BRCA1, which increases the risk of both breast and ovarian cancer. "My doctors estimated that I had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer, although the risk is different in the case of each woman," Jolie stated. "Once I knew that this was my reality, I decided to be proactive and to minimize the risk as much I could." By late April 2013, Jolie added, she had completed several months of medical procedures, including a double mastectomy and reconstruction surgery, at the Pink Lotus Breast Center in California. Pitt and Jolie became engaged in 2012. Slipping under the paparazzi radar, they quietly tied the knot in a private ceremony surrounded by their family and friends on August 23, 2014, in France. On March 24, 2015, Jolie wrote in another article in theNew York Timesthat she had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed the previous week to further reduce her risk for cancer. “I did not do this solely because I carry the BRCA1 gene mutation, and I want other women to hear this,” Jolie wrote. “A positive BRCA test does not mean a leap to surgery. I have spoken to many doctors, surgeons and naturopaths. There are other options. Some women take birth control pills or rely on alternative medicines combined with frequent checks. There is more than one way to deal with any health issue. The most important thing is to learn about the options and choose what is right for you personally.” The actress said she went public with her decision to help "other women at risk to know about the options." In a September 2017 interview withVanity Fair, Jolie revealed that she had developed Bell’s palsy, damage to the facial nerve which caused one side of her face to droop. She said acupuncture helped her fully recover from the facial paralysis. Split from Brad Pitt In September 2016, Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt and requested sole physical custody of their six children, sparking another tabloid frenzy. Their contentious custody battle played out publicly with allegations that Pitt,after drinking on their private plane,had gotten “verbally abusive“and“physical“ with Maddox. The Los AngelesDepartment of Children and Family Services and the FBI launched aninvestigation but found no signs of abuse; the couple followed witha joint statementthat they were working together to resolve their divorce. In May 2017, Pitt gave his first interview toGQ Styleafter their split in which he said he had stopped drinking and was in therapy. Jolie opened up about their separation in a September 2017 cover story inVanity Fair. In the interview, she said by the summer of 2016, “things became difficult” in their marriage, but she defended their life together. “[Our lifestyle] was not in any way a negative,” she told the magazine. “That was not the problem. That is and will remain one of the wonderful opportunities we are able to give our children. ... They’re six very strong-minded, thoughtful, worldly individuals. I’m very proud of them.” She also said the family was moving forward together, and thatshe and Pitt were both dedicated to the best interests of the children: “We care for each other and care about our family, and we are both working towards the same goal.” In March 2018,Entertainment Tonightreported that the actress and humanitarian was quietly dating a“handsome, older-looking man who is a real estate agent,“ though the relationship was not believed to be serious by that point. A few months later, it was revealed that Jolie was in danger of losing primary custody of her six children after preventing them from seeing Pitt during their ongoing divorce. According to court documents, the judge in their case declared the kids' lack of a healthy relationship with their father "harmful," and threatened to award Pitt primary custody if things didn't change. The judge suggested some steps the estranged couple could take, including providing Pitt with the cell phone number of each child, and outlined a summer visitation schedule to follow with Jolie in London to filmMaleficent 2. In August, Jolie's legal team filedcourt documents that claimed her estranged husband had "paid no meaningful child support since separation," an accusation that Pitt's side disputed. . 4483