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The Tiger-Franz Marc-Framed Giclee Print

The TigerBy Franz Marc

$160.99
$80.49
20" x 26"
Framed Giclee Print
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About This Piece
The Art
This gicle print delivers a vivid image with maximum color accuracy and exceptional resolution The standard for museums and galleries around the world gicle is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed onto highquality paper With the great degree of detail and smooth transitions of color gradients gicle prints appear much more realistic than other reproduction prints The highquality paper is acid free with a smooth surface

This framed giclee print features a frame and mat combination individually selected by professional designers to perfectly complement your art. The art print, which displays sharp, vivid images and a high degree of color accuracy, is protected and enhanced by this frame that has been handcrafted in the USA from the finest materials.
Product ID: 26170238721A
The Artist
A true visionary of his day, Franz Marc produced canvases that brim and overflow with color and compositional tension. Although he painted mainly animals and scenes of nature, he portrayed them in a hyper intense style seemingly at odds with the tranquil subject matter – spiritually charged colors, violent twists and turns, and a pervasive intensity and charged atmosphere. Element of this style were also characteristic of many of his peers - Wassily Kandinsky, August Macke, and Lyonel Feininger – with whom he co-founded the seminal Der Blaue Reiter group, an artist collective that staged some of the first truly modern 20th century exhibits. Sadly, his life was cut tragically short, when at the age of 36 he was killed at the frontlines of WWI before his reassignment letters could reach him; but his passion and artistry live on in his unique body of work.