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Down by The RIVer I by Allison Pearce
Down by The RIVer I by Allison Pearceby Classy Art$46.99Only 7 Left
Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. The "City of Lights" has delighted visitors for centuries. Pairs well with sister piece "Balcon Parisian I". This beautifully designed piece is elegantly framed in a mirrored frame that illuminates the subject. It is framed under real glass and it is ready to hang with all the hardware pre-attached. Photographer Tony Koukos found his inspiration during his extensive travels around the world. Currently residing in America, it is not uncommon for him to board a plane at the last minute to complete a project or embark on a new adventure. Whether it is climbing the medieval towers of Tuscany or scuba-diving on the Great Barrier Reef, he does whatever it takes to find a distinctive angle of that perfect shot. His pictures speak for themselves, each a piece of art, conveying a message of history, character, and natural beauty. After obtaining his bachelor's degree, Tony pursued a career in financial services. Although successful in this industry, his interests lay elsewhere. With encouragement from his family and friends, he decided to change career paths. Over the past few years, his creative eye infused his entrepreneurial mind, and his self-drive has transformed his hobby into a profession. He has traveled extensively around the globe and visited over 35 countries including Italy, Cuba, Australia, Thailand, Japan, Turkey, Morocco, Croatia, and Montenegro. He faithfully returns to Greece, where his roots lie, to capture the shadows cast on the white-washed villas of the sun-drenched Greek Isles. We bring this piece to your home or office with over 30 years of decorative framing and art experience behind us; sourced from around the globe and proudly Made in America.Read More
Mirrored Frame Red Tulip by Art Photo Pro
Mirrored Frame Red Tulip by Art Photo Proby Classy Art$105
It’s a beautiful sail for sailing in the harbor This beautifully designed piece is elegantly framed in a mirrored frame that illuminates the subject. It is framed under real glass and it is ready to hang with all the hardware pre-attached. Julia Purinton is interested in distilling specific details of landscape without descriptive intent but with a narrative. By utilizing a familiar vernacular of landscape imagery, she explores psychological growth and passage; releasing regret, accepting loss and finding joy. Her artwork begins when a landscape resonates with her own psychological or emotional experience. Working in the studio from photographs and sketches over a period of weeks or even months, she strives to produce images that evoke memories and senses of moments. When his viewers are drawn to his images through recognition of the feeling he has created for a place, rather than of the specific landscape, he feels a rewarding sensation of having successfully shared both the commonality and the mystery of human experience. Purinton is a muralist and a fine artist. She divides her time between a small rural village in Vermont and the gentle landscape of north shore Boston. Both places provide her with plenty of material for her reminiscent paintings of landscapes. Julia describes her studio in Massachusetts as “sanctuary, potting shed, dog kennel, and mud room." Working in Venetian plaster, acrylics, glaze and oils, her artwork has the incandescent glow of images by artists who influence her: Winslow Homer, Maxfield Parish, and the painters of Brandywine River School. She uses numerous layers of glaze to create for her landscapes the atmospheric moods. Julia’s artwork is found in galleries on the east coast. She uses for creating high quality fine art reproductions. This process makes her reproductions to be virtually indistinguishable from the original pieces. We bring this piece to your home or office with over 30 years of decorative framing and art experience behind us; sourced from around the globe and proudly Made in America.Read More
Mirrored Frame Chocolate Bloom II by A.Project
Mirrored Frame Chocolate Bloom II by A.Projectby Classy Art$105Only 5 Left
This beautiful deer or reindeer with the typography and letters overlay would look great in a cottage country environment. Pair it with its sister piece "Letter II" for a handsome and dramatic feature in your space. This beautifully designed piece is elegantly framed in a mirrored frame that illuminates the subject. It is framed under real glass and it is ready to hang with all the hardware pre-attached. Fernando Leal (Born 1896) was born in Mexico City. He taught painting at the Academy of San Carlos, and in 1927was appointed director of the Popular Painting Center in Nonoalco. The center’s was to make art accessible to the working classes. In 1952 he was appointed Ministry of Culture where he took it upon himself to campaign for the rights of artists. Leal also served director of the Coyoacan Outdoor School. Leal was founder of the group 30-30 which published a review that was opposed to academic ideology in art. Leal is best remembered for his mural work, though he also did lithography, painting on canvas and engraving. He occasionally wrote art criticism, and in 1952, he published The right of culture (El derecho de la cultura). He also wrote the history of the Academy of San Carlos which was unfinished. Leal first studied art at the Academy of San Carlos then went to the Coyoacan Outdoor School where he studied under Alfredo Ramos Martinez. He studied with Rafael Vera de Córdoba, Fernández Ledesma Gabriel, Ramón Alva de la Canal, and Revueltas Fermín. He was among the first painters who participated in the Mexican muralism movement. He was also among the first to create small trial versions of a work in order to find the best means of executing enormous works. He was notable for his early use of images from Mexican popular and rural culture. His art is available through many outlets throughout the world in many finishing options. We bring this piece to your home or office with over 30 years of decorative framing and art experience behind us; sourced from around the globe and proudly Made in America.Read More

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