THE VOYAGE OF UTTER PLEASURE - Signed Abstract Expressionistic art giiclee print by Murray Eisner. 20" x 20" picture size on fine 24" x 24" Bright White Watercolor Paper
This Museum Quality Gorgeous Signed and Numbered very low number Collectors Limited Edition (only 18) Giclee Watercolor Paper Print, is printed on a proprietary mouldmade fine art paper that is strong, durable, and beautiful. This picture looks superior in person than it does on the web. Like it on the web - love it live.
The Archival Paper is rated to last over 100 years - see certificate (Image 3).
A Certificate of Authenticity is provide along with the giclee (Image 2).
Fits Standard Size 24" x 24" Frame which is found on the web, and in many department stores. To find on web; search for 24" x 24" frame.
The heavyweight 310 gram bright white, 100% Cotton Fiber based textured matte paper is acid free and lignin free. The paper has a high white point, remarkable ink load capacity, and best-in-class image quality that far exceeds the limitations of virtually every paper of its kind.
I ship in a very strong tube within 30 minutes - 2 business days after order is received - usually same or next day.
Makes a great gift for Birthdays, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Christmas, New Year or Valentine's Day.
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About me, Murray Eisner (as written by a third person)
In 1957 Murray Eisner was born and early in his life, he knew his destiny was to be an artist. The work of Picasso and Van Gogh captured his heart at 8 years old, and trips to MOMA left him star struck as he gazed at the Guernica and Starry Night.
Murray’s life is like a mosaic of artistic endeavors all punctuated with Murray’s flair for being “unique” and true to his art.
While studying architecture at Pratt , his work was often interrupted or left unfinished while he worked on his real love- painting. As is often the case in the artistic world, Murray left architecture and shuffled off to Buffalo to study art and painting.
Moving back to his hometown of Ellenville, NY, Murray had his first single person exhibit @ Ulster College at 22, and had an art show in Soho soon after. His flair moved to creating sculptures which evolved successfully into creating tables and lamps. Murray was in business! His work became popular and orders grew into a thriving, successful business.
The next 30 years saw Murray evolve into a multifaceted artist that included pop and rock star art, oil paintings, and his innovative works