John Brown's Farm
John Brown, the abolitionist, of the
civil war and Harper's Ferry fame actually was a farmer from northern New York
His farm house and other buildings have been preserved as a part of all our heritages. I worked very hard trying to capture the character of his farm house in this watercolor.
I am limiting this Gicleť Print run to a modest
quantity....a total of 250. Each print is personally signed by me on the back
and numbered on the front....making each print truly unique and one of a kind
piece of artwork!
It would be a sophisticated piece to add to any fine art collection, or the perfect stand out work of art to start one!
Our Gicleť prints are high resolution, digital prints made with archival inks and papers. Gicleť (pronounced "zhee-clay") is a French term meaning "to spray", describing the digital printing process. Digital color control is more accurate, with greater opportunity for artistic interaction.
Gicleť prints are a recognized fine art print category like lithographs and serigraphs. Gicleť printing is considered by many to be the world's best technique for reproducing original works of art. Made with artists' materials, gicleť prints look and feel like the original art.
There is a difference between making an exact reproduction of an original painting and making a "digital creation". The cost and complexity of professionally produced gicleť prints often lead to compromises, with results that bear faint resemblance to the originals. We have taken the time to make sure every print we offer is as close to the original painting as possible.
Knowledgeable collectors have been amazed with the side-by-side comparisons, often unable to tell the original from the print. We feel our gicleť prints are among the finest anywhere.
All prints are limited editions, signed and numbered, with certificates of authenticity. Our prints are made with 100% archival D'Arches watercolor paper - the same paper I use to create the original.
There will only be 250 gicleť prints made on D'Arches paper at the original size for this edition.
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