Silkscreen/Serigraph - Signed - 75 - without frame - 2017
|Title of artwork:||Tatsu (Mint)|
|Total dimensions (H/ W/ D in cm):||76cm x 56cm|
|Sold with frame:||without frame|
An original screenprint from the British artist FinDac entitled "Tatsu".
This screenprint is part of a limited edition of 75.
It has been hand finished by the artist using acrylic`s, making each one of the edition unique
It measures 76cm x 56cm and is on very good quality
250gsm Somerset Velvet hand moulded paper, and hand torn edges.
Signed and numbered by the artist and accompanied by a COA.
Artwork will be extremely well packed in a large sturdy postal tube and sent with registered mail.
About the artist:
Armed with an insatiable skill for stencilling and a fine free-hand spraying technique, Fin DAC creates work in such a remarkable way, that many of his works look as if they are paintings or drawings, as he achieves a depth and tone with a spray can that most cannot. He is known for his Asian female portraits which take the lead subject matter in his murals across the World and on canvas and paper.
With many of his prints selling out each time a new print is released, it is no surprise to see Fin DAC’s name associated so credibly within the urban and modern contemporary art scenes. His murals abroad have attracted large crowds, with Fin DAC’s murals and activity even responsible for starting urban art movements amongst the younger generations within cities such as Bogota. Countries Fin DAC has painted murals in are Brazil, France, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, USA (Miami, NY, LA, Palm Springs, Denver, Minneapolis and Coachella Valley), Germany, Italy, Holland and Ireland.
|Member since:||May 2, 2017|
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
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|Rest of Europe||$29.10|
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