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- Style: Expressionist Paintings
- Medium: Print
Signed Print Summer in Rio de Janeiro Abstract Art, "Urban Summer"
"This print is about that summer day when Rio de Janeiro, where I live and work, registered over 40°C (104°F)," explains Andre de Miranda. "The hot breeze seemed to melt everything, that's why I created the illusion of partitioned glass." In orange and green, this woodcut print is part of a limited edition.
Titled "Verão urbano" in Portuguese.
Color Collectible Giclee Print on Canvas from India, "Tree of Life II"
A dragonfly alights on the trunk of a majestic banyan tree. Its wide canopy and strong roots make the tree a symbol of the earth, representing stability and immortality. From the series Elemental Spaces by Anjali Sapra, this beautiful reproduction conveys warmth and energy. "a visual rendering of natural elements combined with metaphors and symbols from mythology and religion," she explains. Sadhana Jaipuria presents the work as a giclée archival print on canvas as a part of her gallery's collection.
From an early age, Anjali Sapra showed a keen interest in the visual arts. This led her to study India's traditional art forms such as the intricacies of Mughal miniatures and the colors schemes of Worli paintings. The artist has exhibited her work in prestigious India galleries and also in London.
Signed Surrealist Giclee Artwork of Two Trees from Mexico, "Brown and Red Trees"
Printed on canvas, the roots of a brown and red tree climb over rocks as they make their way towards the water in this stunning surrealist composition by Mexican Georg Rauch. Every detail begging to be appreciated, this artwork presents a world parallel to our own that exists in the imagination of the artist. Stones of shining gold are nestled between the roots, completing this unforgettable piece. Georg's wife, Phyllis Rauch, presents this giclee in honor of her husband's memory.
Signed Aquatint Etching Print of Female Nude from Mexico, "Sketch II"
Working in black, white, and earth tones, Antonio Martínez depicts two faceless nude females, with one facing front and the other seen from behind. Though they lack identity, they possess a universal beauty. The gifted Mexican artist displays his mastery of the aquatint and aquafortis techniques. The limited edition print is signed and numbered.Titled "Apunte II" in Spanish.