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Another October-Richard C. Karwoski-Limited Edition Framed Print

Another OctoberBy Richard C. Karwoski

$829.99
41" x 33"
Limited Edition Framed Print
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About This Piece
The Art
This lithographic print was produced in a limited edition of edtitions plus artist proofs It is signed and numbered by the artistbr br 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

This collectible limited edition framed print is restricted to a one-time print run and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, providing the art enthusiast with an affordable alternative to original art. A complimentary high-quality frame is individually selected to match the print. Limited editions are produced under the supervision of the artist or master printer, ensuring you receive just what was intended.
Product ID: 14258024345A
The Artist
Richard Karwoski, American (1938 - 1993)<br/><br/>Since 1963, Mr. Karwoski had over 40 solo exhibitions and participated in over 500 group shows throughout the United States and Canada. He received innumerable awards, and wrote a book "Watercolors Bright and Beautiful". His work with watercolor furthered the medium, which he felt could make as strong a statement as oil. His art has been the subject of articles and reviews in publications such as The New York Times, Woman's Wear Daily, Arts Magazine, American Artist, and Artspeak.<br/><br/>Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1938, he died February 1993. He studied with Richard Lindner (1901-1970) at Pratt Institute, NY and in 1963 received a Masters of Art from Columbia University. He was a professor of Art at the New York City Technical College of City University.<br/><br/>Mr. Karwoski generally worked on one image and one series at a time until he exhausted all possibilities and challenges of that subject.