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Fine art iPhone 6/6S case design (Italian Renaissance Portrait of a Young Woman, Antonio del Pollaiuolo, around 1465)

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Fine art iPhone 6/6S case design (Italian Renaissance Portrait of a Young Woman, Antonio del Pollaiuolo, around 1465).
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Renaissance Italian portraits of women from around 1450 to 1470 were almost always done in profile, like this one. One suspects that they were also given the 15° century equivalent of what we might describe today as "Photoshopping," in that most portraits featured women with flawlessly beautiful skin and quite long necks. This particular young woman looks just a bit numb to me, as though she were wondering why on earth she has to sit rigidly in some uncomfortable chair in the studio of some bustling nerd of an artist, unable to move or go outside in the fresh air.

But since none of us has a clue as to what she really thought—let alone what she looked like in person (and honestly, if she were alive today, she’d be over 550 years old and so would probably have a few wrinkles, even if she did look like the painting at one time)—we can forget about that and enjoy the image as wonderful study in elegant form and color. The delightful gray-blue of the background is quite compelling—all the more so because of the warmly contrasting skin tones of the woman’s face. The necklace is simple but lovely, as are the matching "S" curves of the neckline of her dress and the pearls in her hair.

Unfussy in appearance, the painting nonetheless features such marvelously subtle coloring and compositional balance that it speaks to us artistically today, even a half a millennium later. It also makes a striking design for an iPhone back--very eye-catching, very unusual.
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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.
Fine art iPhone 6/6S case design (Italian Renaissance Portrait of a Young Woman, Antonio del Pollaiuolo, around 1465).
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Renaissance Italian portraits of women from around 1450 to 1470 were almost always done in profile, like this one. One suspects that they were also given the 15° century equivalent of what we might describe today as "Photoshopping," in that most portraits featured women with flawlessly beautiful skin and quite long necks. This particular young woman looks just a bit numb to me, as though she were wondering why on earth she has to sit rigidly in some uncomfortable chair in the studio of some bustling nerd of an artist, unable to move or go outside in the fresh air.

But since none of us has a clue as to what she really thought—let alone what she looked like in person (and honestly, if she were alive today, she’d be over 550 years old and so would probably have a few wrinkles, even if she did look like the painting at one time)—we can forget about that and enjoy the image as wonderful study in elegant form and color. The delightful gray-blue of the background is quite compelling—all the more so because of the warmly contrasting skin tones of the woman’s face. The necklace is simple but lovely, as are the matching "S" curves of the neckline of her dress and the pearls in her hair.

Unfussy in appearance, the painting nonetheless features such marvelously subtle coloring and compositional balance that it speaks to us artistically today, even a half a millennium later. It also makes a striking design for an iPhone back--very eye-catching, very unusual.
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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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Fine art iPhone 6/6S case design (Italian Renaissance Portrait of a Young Woman, Antonio del Pollaiuolo, around 1465)

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