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Limited addition Artwork:
Title: "Six Weeks Till Spring" Artist: Douglas Wiltraut
This egg tempera painting is a limited edition of 500 pieces signed and numbered by Lehigh Valley artist Douglas Wiltraut. He has won numerous national awards for his ability to capture light and shadows in his work. The original art piece is owned by Bach & Co. which enables us to offer the limited edition prints at a wholesale price. The picture depicts old clay pots leaning on a stone wall waiting for spring planting. Every gardener knows that this is the first sign of spring. The artist has dedicated the piece to American Horticulture. Museum 100% rag paper, size zz" x zz".
Value: $150.00 Wholesale Price: $65.00

Title: "Forest King" - Artist: Cheryl J. Peters
The original oil painting on canvas
22" x 28" depicts an award winning Cymbidium Madrid upright amid its humid background in nature. The Giclee prints are 8" x 10" on museum 100% rag, acid free paper. This is a limited edition s/n 125, 5 s/n artist proofs. Artist proof editions are sold out. The original is sold.
Signed prints are available. Value: $125.00 Wholesale Price: $75.00

 

 

 

A note about Giclee Prints:
This print is a fine quality Giclee (zhee-clay). It is a French name invented for the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using ink-jet printing. The word "Giclee" is derived from the word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle" or more specifically "gicler" meaning to "squirt or spray". The name was originally applied to fine art prints created on Iris printers in a process invented in the early 1990s but has since come to mean any high quality ink-jet print and is often used in galleries to denote such prints. A Giclee allows the artist to reproduce a higher quality reproduction than standard printing. This Giclee has been produced from separations to represent an exact replication of the original painting and printed on fine museum quality paper. To protect its longevity please mat using acid free material. Artist chooses this process to best represent the strong colors of their work.