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This is a Giclee print of an original painting titled "Crying woman", 2012, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches, (30.5 x 30.5 cm).

Dimensions: Paper size 8.5 x 11 inches, (21.6 cm x 28 cm).
The image is centered on the page with approximately 1 inch, (2.5 cm) white border around for easy matting and framing. All prints are personally created and professionally produced and signed by the artist and offered UNMATTED and UNFRAMED.

Colors may look slightly different in person due to differences in computer monitor settings.

PLEASE NOTE that these are custom-printed for you and are not created until you place your order. It will take 2-4 days to get your prints made up and ready to ship, plus a few days to reach you.

Prints at 8.5" x 10" and smaller are shipped flat in a Stay-Flat Mailer. Larger sizes are shipped rolled in a mailing tube.


Ilir Pojani, also known by his art name, Ipalbus, is a contemporary artist living in Northern Virginia. His work can be found in numerous private, public and corporate collections both in the United States and abroad, and has been seen in many exhibitions worldwide.

His art is characterized by a contemporary figurative style, ranging from representational to a semi-representational form, with elements of abstraction and ambiguous narrative, leaving the subject recognizable.


As with original artwork, your prints should be framed behind glass and displayed away from direct sunlight.

To protect your investment, the following suggestions should be followed to increase the life of your art print. They are only GUIDELINES and it is still your choice of how and where you hang your pieces of artwork.

Probably the most important concern for your artwork, even after having it properly framed, is where you decide to hang and display it. AVOID HANGING ANY PIECE OF ART WHERE IT WILL BE EXPOSED TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT and in areas susceptible to moisture.

This is probably the single most important bit of advice that I can stress. Exposure to direct sunlight and moisture has most likely damaged more art than any other elements of concern. Please make every effort to avoid having your art in a location which will have it face long periods of exposure to excess light or moisture from steam (such as bath or kitchens).

The primary cause of image fading on most photographic materials is "visible light". Nearly all two dimensional art should be framed and displayed under UV glass or Plexiglas to protect the image surface from the environment as UV Glass adds another layer of protection against ambient ultraviolet light.

When cleaning the glass, do not spray the cleaner directly on the glass — the cleaner could inadvertently run under the edge of the frame, contaminating the mounting material or art; spray your cloth first, and then, wipe the glass clean.

Crying Woman, Femme qui Pleure, Art Print of an original painting by Pojani, Ipalbus



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