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CycleRealism by artist William III - 20" x 20" Hand-Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print

CycleRealism by artist William III - 20" x 20" Hand-Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print

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by William III
1 of 333 Limited Edition Prints
Digital Print on 20" x 20" Canvas (image size approximately 16" x 16")

'CycleRealism' was created for a National Call for Entries by 'Balance: a juried exhibition of the life and art of all things bicycle" exhibit. The exhibit will be on display May 1 - June 24, 2017 at The Mayflower Arts Center in Troy, Ohio.

For further information about the artist, as well as purchase of other original works and hand signed and numbered limited edition prints can be found at william3art.com

* This listing is digital reproduction (NOT the original painting). It does NOT include any frame and/or glass. Images represented by this listing include a photograph of the entire piece (with copyright watermark to prohibit unauthorized reproduction), two higher resolutions close-ups of the piece, sample Certificate of Authenticity and one example of the painting in a room setting (for reference only and does NOT include any of the items shown in the room setting and the painting may not be to scale of other items in setting).


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