Fine-Art.com | Art Listing Details | Make a Private Bid
d'ART ID#: 94377
Length: 49.00 in (124.46 cm)
Height: 34.00 in (86.36 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Giclee , Paper
Style & Subject:
Floral , Other , Still Life
Submitted by jpolish
Artist's Bio.
Artist's Discussion Forum

Live chat by Boldchat

Arnold Iger
The Key
Arnold Iger
Limited Edition Prints - US $750.00

Have you found this art piece for sale at a better price?
If so, please tell us where in the comments section.

Use this form to make a private (only Fine-Art.com will see it) bid for this art piece. There is no guarantee we will accept less than the posted asking price.

* Make a Private Bid:   $US

This bid includes shipping fees.
Please reply with shipping fees.

* Your Name: 



Please provide this information to help estimate actual shipping cost.
Who sees this?
* Your City: 
* State/Province/Region: 
* Zip/Postal Code: 
* Country: 

Include additional comments or questions below:


Seller Comments...
GICLEE ON PAPER

"The Key" by Arnold Iger


Limited Edition Giclee on Somerset, hand embellishment with foil optional
Signed and Numbered
Image Size: 39 x 28
Print Size: 49 x 34


"Please call 866-FINE-ART (866-346-3278) for additional information and price quotes."
"Availability/Prices subject to change."




Arnold Iger
HISTORY & BACKGROUND

Arnold Iger was a student at the San Francisco Art Institute from 1973 to 1976. He also studied industrial design and animation at San Francisco State University in the early 1980s. This artist has diversified his formal education to say the least. The history of his studies includes literature, philosophy, design and advertising, film and performance, traditional Japanese arts, industrial design, animation and marketing. In 1972 Arnold worked in the famous etching Atelier 17 in Paris, France. By the 1980's Arnold was engaged in traditional four- color plate etching. His editions of floral still life contain a distinct Japanese influence in color and form. Simultaneously the artist was making highly romantic painted- paper relief constructions of fantastic Gothic and Romanesque architecture by which he raised the use of visual and the tactile senses on a two-dimensional surface to a high art.



Not logged in. log in now...
© 2012 fine-art.com. Terms of Use.