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This is a signed, stamped and numbered, limited edition Giclee print of "In Search of Light #3".

Image Size: 18.75" x 23"
Paper Size: 24" x 29"
Medium: Giclee
Edition of: 10 (This print is #3 of 10)
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.

"In Search of Light #3" is my reinterpreted design of the stairwell in a Chelsea apartment building that I lived in for a few years. This visual is a composition of photography, drawings, and small paintings montaged digitally to create an allegorical Escher-esque narrative. The final image was presented as a chromogenic print, 28.5"x 34", for a solo exhibit I did in 2002. Since that exhibition I've recently decided to create a very limit edition of only 10 Giclées of this image. I plan to expand on this theme of stairwells and hallways as soon as I finish the projects I'm currently working on.

This image along with my other images are copyrighted.

View my paintings at www.STUDIOAMR.com

Art copyright ©2000-2011 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.

In Search of Light, 18.75"x 23" Signed, Limited Edition Fine Art print of Manhattan Staircase, Labyrinth Photography


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  • Materials: pencil drawing, photography, oil paint, archival inks, archival ink, archival paper, painting, large format print, lithograph
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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