"In The Beginning 20|20" #7/20 Giclee & Aluminum Prints Multiple Sizes L.E. 1/100

"In The Beginning 20|20" #7/20 Giclee & Aluminum Prints Multiple Sizes L.E. 1/100

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Entitled: "In The Beginning 20|20" #7/20: BLUE DRAGONFLY

It represent the 7th painting out of 20 large paintings, when all 20 put together they create one unique visual of 400 square feet. Each original painting size is 60" x 48" (150 cm x 120 cm) - All 20 assembled: 240" x 240" (600 cm x 600 cm)

The Finale is still work-in-progress - Completion is expected for Dec 2020

Available now in Museum quality fine art Giclee prints & Aluminum Print see below description. 
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Original Artwork description:
Size: 60" x 48" x 2" - Is an original oil painting by Marianne Nems with an exceptional detailed brush stroke. This painting is one of kind with a 3 Dimensional effect with 3D glasses. It is possible to see even here on your screen if you have 3D glasses handy you'll be able to see the effect!
Medium: Oil On Canvas
Artist: Marianne Nems -Year 2020

1- Giclee on museum quality Fine Art Paper: two sizes: 50" x 40" 

2- Aluminum Laser Prints in limited editions: two sizes: 50" x 40" 

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1- Museum quality fine art Giclee prints some area printed area:  36" x 44"
The Giclee will be printed with the archival inks and museum quality and signed by Marianne Nems, this is a limited edition series of 1/100
 Size: 50" x 40" ( printed area:  36" x 44" )
Painted Medium: Oil On Canvas With Gold Leafing, copper leaf and aluminum leaf
Artist: Marianne Nems 
Year 2020

Giclée is a neologism coined in 1991 by print maker Jack Duganne for fine art  digital  prints made on inkjet printers. The name originally applied to fine art prints created on a modified Iris printer in a process invented in the late 1980s.
Giclee is the first and only fine art print to be made with an ink jet printer. The quality of a giclee print is far superior to all other forms of printing
2- Aluminum Print full surface printed area
  • A true color surface: Provides a white base coat that allows the colors of the image to truly pop.
  • A glossy finish: Available for both surface types. Tends to give the image a more vibrant, crisp appearance.
  • A matte finish: Available for both surface types. Offers a more subdued, muted look.
  • No matter the surface type or finish you choose, metal prints experience less glare than framed artwork. With metal prints, there’s no glass for the light’s reflection to interfere with. It is still recommended that you not place your metal print in direct sunlight, in order to reduce any fading that may occur.

 The longevity and brilliance of metal prints make them an increasingly popular choice for home decor. To ensure it’s the right medium for the particular image you have in mind, you’ll want to consider a few key aspects.The stunning appearance of metal prints lifts nearly any art work from ordinary to extraordinary. If you’re looking for an art piece with longevity, style and personal meaning Aluminum print is a great choice.

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