Manhattan at Night "Dreaming of Home" Fine art, signed, limited edition print of Oil Painting

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Manhattan at Night "Dreaming of Home" Fine art, signed, limited edition print of Oil Painting

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$230.00

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Materials

oil paint, birch panel, archival inks, 308 gsm hahnemuhle fine art archival paper

This is a signed, stamped and numbered, limited edition Giclee print of the original oil painting called "Dreaming of Home".

Image Size: 17.79" x 22"
Paper Size: 24.5" x 28.75"
Medium: Giclee
Edition of: 35 (This print is #2 of 35)
Signed, stamped & numbered by artist Tony Reinemann


This limit edition was produced on archival Hahnemuhle fine art, 308 gsm paper.
This heavier paper is 100% cotton; a bright white rag based paper with a smooth calendered traditional printmaking surface.

Shipping: FEDEX
This print will be shipped flat.


ABOUT THIS PAINTING
The original oil painting "Dreaming of Home" was created on prepared birch panel.
This painting is in a private collection. The nighttime view is of a school yard on East 32nd Street. Within the scene is a portrait of a good friend and my dog BeeJay.

I've decided to take the route of limited edition prints since all of my paintings are very time consuming endeavors making prints a more affordable alternative.
I have been very critical in overseeing the printing and am extremely pleased by the final results.

View my paintings at www.STUDIOAMR.com

Art copyright ©2000-2010 Tony Reinemann -All Rights Reserved

Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is French meaning "to spurt or spray.” With the advent of giclée, the art of reproducing fine art has become much more precise. Giclées produce the highest apparent resolution available today -- as high as 1,800 dots per inch. Since no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs and a color range that exceeds that of serigraphy. Giclées give a full color spectrum and capture every nuance of an original. Fade resistant archival inks and archival substrates are used when creating a Giclée.
The patented printing technology utilizes microscopically fine droplets of ink to form the image. A print can consist of nearly 20 billion ink droplets. This unique patented feature produces a near continuous tone image, smoother gradation between tones, and a more finely differentiated color palette.
This is a signed, stamped and numbered, limited edition Giclee print of the original oil painting called "Dreaming of Home".

Image Size: 17.79" x 22"
Paper Size: 24.5" x 28.75"
Medium: Giclee
Edition of: 35 (This print is #2 of 35)
Signed, stamped & numbered by artist Tony Reinemann


This limit edition was produced on archival Hahnemuhle fine art, 308 gsm paper.
This heavier paper is 100% cotton; a bright white rag based paper with a smooth calendered traditional printmaking surface.

Shipping: FEDEX
This print will be shipped flat.


ABOUT THIS PAINTING
The original oil painting "Dreaming of Home" was created on prepared birch panel.
This painting is in a private collection. The nighttime view is of a school yard on East 32nd Street. Within the scene is a portrait of a good friend and my dog BeeJay.

I've decided to take the route of limited edition prints since all of my paintings are very time consuming endeavors making prints a more affordable alternative.
I have been very critical in overseeing the printing and am extremely pleased by the final results.

View my paintings at www.STUDIOAMR.com

Art copyright ©2000-2010 Tony Reinemann -All Rights Reserved

Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is French meaning "to spurt or spray.” With the advent of giclée, the art of reproducing fine art has become much more precise. Giclées produce the highest apparent resolution available today -- as high as 1,800 dots per inch. Since no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs and a color range that exceeds that of serigraphy. Giclées give a full color spectrum and capture every nuance of an original. Fade resistant archival inks and archival substrates are used when creating a Giclée.
The patented printing technology utilizes microscopically fine droplets of ink to form the image. A print can consist of nearly 20 billion ink droplets. This unique patented feature produces a near continuous tone image, smoother gradation between tones, and a more finely differentiated color palette.

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