Limited Edition Framed Print
Item #: 14257961069A
37" x 31"
Ships in 5-10 Days
This aquatint print was produced in a limited edition of 175. It is signed and numbered by the artist.
This fine art print was created using aquatint printing, an intaglio process similar to etching. Intaglio printing is an intensive labor of love in which the artist creates an image with varnish or waxes over a zinc or copper plate, and burns the image into the metal using an acid solution. Inks are applied to the metal plate and each print is pulled by hand. Aquatints differs from traditional etching due to the use of fine rosin particles, which are used to create unique gradiated tones throughout the printed area.
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Harry McCormick, American (1942 - ) <br/><br/>Harry McCormick is recognized as a master of realism who has become widely known for his stunning evocation of light and shadow. He is especially reputed for his series of landmark restaurants in New York City where he captures the mood and atmo- sphere of some of some of the most inter- esting dining spots in the city Throughout the ages artists have enjoyed painting the cafe and restaurant life of major metropolitan cities. We are now participating in a decade where the art center of the world has shifted from Paris to New York, and with this move of cultural interest we find this great city being the subject of more and more contemporary paintings. It has developed a whole genre of urban artist who regard New York City as both a personal statement and a cultural phenomena.
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