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Price: $190.00
This image is done in a WPA or Art Deco style showing the blacksmith against the backdrop of the power of the city. It asks the question of who is more masterful, the creator or the product he has created. This is a question we are still dealing with today, just as they were in the 1930's.

These are gicleé prints, (pronounced "jhee-clay") which  is a sophisticated inkjet printing method that produces work that is the closest to the original painting of any process available today.  Since gicleé prints are made using archival inks on acid-free watercolor paper or canvas, they are made to withstand the ravages of time.  
The prints are limited to editions of 250.
Paper Print size is: 16" x 20"