Boy Reading to Elephant, Mexico City
Item #: 13035923217A
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Exhibition poster for Ashes and Snow held in New York at the Nomad Museum on the West side of Manhattan in the Winter of 2005. Printed in Italy on Gardamatt paper from Cartiere del Garda.
A lithography printing press gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. The standardized printing plates and proofing process guarantee that each print displays colors precisely as the artist or publisher intended.
Condition B: Very Good Condition, with signs of handling or age
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The picture was great, I bought it as gift, and my girlfriend opened it 2 days ago.
The sharpness of the print is not as sharp as expected, it's kinda "blurry", and worst I saw a small detail, the poster is damaged, a little part is torn on the left upper corner.. I paid that more than 100€, so yes, I'm a little disappointed.
This looks great in my dining room. i needed something to fit a large wall space, without distracting from a different focal picture. This is very subdued, but interesting and the frame selected enhanced the quality of the print
As a wall hanging in a Learning Center. It is just beautiful and inspiring and so spiritual. thank you
It was shown as framable but any kind of frame would have cut into the lettering at the top.
Contacting customer service basically said this is the way it came from the supplier(not a satisfactory response) I wanted to frame this picture and put it into the living room
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