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Rudolph II As Vertummus
30" x 40"
$423.99
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Rudolph II As Vertummus-Giuseppe Arcimboldo-Stretched Canvas Print

Rudolph II As VertummusBy Giuseppe Arcimboldo

$423.99
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About This Piece
The Art
This stretched canvas print is the result of sophisticated digital printing technology in which the image is printed directly onto an artistgrade cotton canvas The canvas is then expertly stretched around wooden bars and carefully finished with handpainted edges An acrylic coating protects the stunning gicle print from dust moisture and fading

To create this stretched canvas print, we use only cotton-poly blend artist-grade canvas and 1.5-inch 100% pine stretcher bars. Sides are mirror edged, giving the canvas a reflection-like appearance without losing any of the original image. Professionally stretched canvases are printed with latex inks that retain color and resist humidity. If not already shown framed, most canvas pieces can be customized with a wide selection of mouldings to suit your style. Your piece comes ready to display with a sawtooth hanger. Note: If your image is not conducive to mirror edging, black fabric taping will be used to finish the sides.
Product ID: 19273063273A
The Artist
Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527 – 1593) was an innovative painter of fantastical, allegorical representations of human faces composed entirely of fruit, vegetables, books and animals. Arcimboldo originally worked with his father, designing stained-glass windows and frescoes at the Milan Cathedral. In 1562, he began serving as the court painter for Emperor Ferdinand I, and his successors, Maximilian II and Rudolph II. During this period, Arcimboldo created his distinctive facial collages, including his famous “Four Seasons” series, which are displayed today in many renowned museums, including the Louvre. After his death, Arcimboldo’s work fell into obscurity, regaining prominence when it was rediscovered and celebrated by the Surrealists.
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