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Fine art iPhone 6 printable case design (Picasso, Child with Dove); DIY print at home iPhone accessories for 6 or 6S

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iPhone 6 or 6S case design.
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What were you doing at the age of 19 or 20? Had you left home, moved to Paris to be an artist, and painted a picture like this? A picture that, a few years ago (2012), was auctioned off by Christies in London for 50 million pounds Sterling (about 70 million dollars)?

Well, that’s what Picasso did. He painted this wonderfully endearing work when he was barely 20 and a recent arrival in Paris from his native Spain, in 1901. He’d already outgrown his teenage style of traditional, realistic, oil painting, and was moving into what became known as his “blue period” of exploration of sharper color distinctions and much less shading and depth than the traditional style called for. This work reminds one of Japanese prints, with its large areas of flat color and contrast. It’s also reminiscent of Renoir’s “Girl with Watering Can,” done in 1876. Picasso would undoubtedly have been familiar with the latter painting (and also, for that matter, with Japanese prints), which had been done by Renoir—much as was true of Picasso in 1901—with an eye toward public appeal and sale.

Often viewed as a symbol of innocence and peace, the “Child with Dove” eventually succeeded in appealing to the public like gangbusters, becoming one of the public’s most beloved art works by any artist. It manages to avoid being over sentimental because of Picasso’s genius for discovering new ways to represent the world in two dimensions, in this case, partly through the use of strong color and dark outlining.

The painting had been in England since the 1920’s, privately owned but almost always on loan to a public gallery or museum and hence publicly viewable. When the owners put it up for auction in 2012, a mad scramble ensued by museum officials to try to raise the money to buy and keep it permanently in the U.K. The government even passed a law requiring the painting to remain in the country for a while to give time for the museums to raise the money—but they could not, and the painting has now presumably left the country for its new home.

But you don’t need 50 million pounds to enjoy this study in color with its charming appeal. Regardless of where the original may have come to rest, you can rest easy knowing that you have your very own “Child with Dove” in your pocket or purse!
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This is a PDF file that you download, print, and cut out. You don’t get anything in the mail! You supply your own iPhone case with a clear (transparent) back, and then you have a wonderful new look for your phone, at remarkably low cost and no more than five or ten minutes of your time.
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The photo above with the three iPhone designs side-by-side is a screen shot of the PDF page you would get for an iPhone 6/6S. If you order for an iPhone 5/5S, the images will be appropriately smaller; or for the iPhone 6-Plus or 6S-Plus, appropriately larger. (The downloaded file will not, of course, show the "Three Corner Graphics" watermark.) The reason for three different formats for any one iPhone size is to accommodate the different styles of clear-backed iPhone cases. One of these three will work with whatever case you have now or later obtain.
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The PDF files you get will contain suggestions to help you find a good case if you don’t have one. They will also provide practical tips for what paper and printer settings to use so that you’ll get the best possible printout.
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Thanks for looking! I’ve worked hard, either to create my own designs, or to select, crop, and arrange public domain art works to maximize their impact. Whether you buy or not, feel free to send me a message if you specially like (or dislike) certain ones. Thanks again.
iPhone 6 or 6S case design.
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What were you doing at the age of 19 or 20? Had you left home, moved to Paris to be an artist, and painted a picture like this? A picture that, a few years ago (2012), was auctioned off by Christies in London for 50 million pounds Sterling (about 70 million dollars)?

Well, that’s what Picasso did. He painted this wonderfully endearing work when he was barely 20 and a recent arrival in Paris from his native Spain, in 1901. He’d already outgrown his teenage style of traditional, realistic, oil painting, and was moving into what became known as his “blue period” of exploration of sharper color distinctions and much less shading and depth than the traditional style called for. This work reminds one of Japanese prints, with its large areas of flat color and contrast. It’s also reminiscent of Renoir’s “Girl with Watering Can,” done in 1876. Picasso would undoubtedly have been familiar with the latter painting (and also, for that matter, with Japanese prints), which had been done by Renoir—much as was true of Picasso in 1901—with an eye toward public appeal and sale.

Often viewed as a symbol of innocence and peace, the “Child with Dove” eventually succeeded in appealing to the public like gangbusters, becoming one of the public’s most beloved art works by any artist. It manages to avoid being over sentimental because of Picasso’s genius for discovering new ways to represent the world in two dimensions, in this case, partly through the use of strong color and dark outlining.

The painting had been in England since the 1920’s, privately owned but almost always on loan to a public gallery or museum and hence publicly viewable. When the owners put it up for auction in 2012, a mad scramble ensued by museum officials to try to raise the money to buy and keep it permanently in the U.K. The government even passed a law requiring the painting to remain in the country for a while to give time for the museums to raise the money—but they could not, and the painting has now presumably left the country for its new home.

But you don’t need 50 million pounds to enjoy this study in color with its charming appeal. Regardless of where the original may have come to rest, you can rest easy knowing that you have your very own “Child with Dove” in your pocket or purse!
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This is a PDF file that you download, print, and cut out. You don’t get anything in the mail! You supply your own iPhone case with a clear (transparent) back, and then you have a wonderful new look for your phone, at remarkably low cost and no more than five or ten minutes of your time.
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The photo above with the three iPhone designs side-by-side is a screen shot of the PDF page you would get for an iPhone 6/6S. If you order for an iPhone 5/5S, the images will be appropriately smaller; or for the iPhone 6-Plus or 6S-Plus, appropriately larger. (The downloaded file will not, of course, show the "Three Corner Graphics" watermark.) The reason for three different formats for any one iPhone size is to accommodate the different styles of clear-backed iPhone cases. One of these three will work with whatever case you have now or later obtain.
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The PDF files you get will contain suggestions to help you find a good case if you don’t have one. They will also provide practical tips for what paper and printer settings to use so that you’ll get the best possible printout.
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Thanks for looking! I’ve worked hard, either to create my own designs, or to select, crop, and arrange public domain art works to maximize their impact. Whether you buy or not, feel free to send me a message if you specially like (or dislike) certain ones. Thanks again.

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed by guytimperley
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 31, 2017
Excellent. Excellent service. My downloading skill is primitive and was the cause of a difficulty which was generously resolved by the seller.
Recommended.
Fine art iPhone 5 printable case design (Wilton diptych 1395 – 1399); DIY print at home iPhone accessories for 5, 5S, or SE

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By downloading files from this shop, you agree to the following terms: You may print the designs for personal use, including as gifts for others, as many times as you like. You will not make commercial use of any the shop's materials. You will not distribute the digital materials, or any part of them, whether by email, text, web posting, or in any other manner.

Fine art iPhone 6 printable case design (Picasso, Child with Dove); DIY print at home iPhone accessories for 6 or 6S

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