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Luis Mazorra Reflections, Signed Etching & Collage
Original etching with embossing 30x22 in.. Signed in pencil by the artist and numbered in an edition of 125 with 12 artists proofs. Printed at the Soho Graphics Workshop, circa 1991. A beautiful example of the deep, textural embossing found in all of Mazorra's etchings. Detail photos show the deep embossing that Mazorra achieves on all his etchings. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany this work. Domestic shipping-$40, International depending upon location. Jack Arnold Fine Art
114: Kamil Kubik, Wall & Broad Street, Signed Serigraph
A scene of the Fijnancial Center by the well known impressionist cityscape artist. 32"x25" Arches paper, signed.in pencil Artist's Proof aside from the edition of 200. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany this work. Domestic shipping $20, International depends upon location. Kubik is an impressionist painter, born in Czechoslovakia, studied in Prague, London, Australia, San Francisco and New York. He has painted on every continent and is best known for his cityscapes and magnificent florals. He spends most of his time in the New York area, Washington, D.C. and Paris painting directly from nature. Kubik has been the official artist for several U.S. golf and tennis tournaments. His work has appeared on the covers of M.D. Magazine, Reader's Digest and Avenue Magazine. He did a book, "Cityscapes", for the Grumbacher Company translating his artistic perception into city scenes that radiate life. Kubik's pastel of Carnegie Hall was used as the first American poster in China and was presented by Isaac Stern to the foreign minister of the People's Republic of China. He was commissioned to do the paintings for the Breaker Hotel, Ritz Carlton Hotel Company and the Greenbrier Country Club. A number of his paintings are in the personal collection of George and Barbara Bush as well as President Bush. Jack Arnold Fine Art
128: Mel Hunter, The Jetty, Signed Mezzograph
Hand drawn lithograph, circa 1990, created frpm Mylar plates. 16"x26" on Arches paper. Signed in pencil and marked HC aside from the edition of 275. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany this work. Domestic shipping $20, International-$65-$95 depending upon location. Mel Hunter was born in Oak Park, Illinois and grew up in the mid-west of the thirties. In 1953, he talked his way into his first paid job as an artist-illustrator at the top of the pay scale at Northrop Aircraft. For nine months, he painted astronomically correct starry backgrounds for the Snark missile program by day and paintings of imaginative expeditions to Mars and other far off places by night. In nine months, enough of these nocturnal flights of artistic fancy were selling to the booming Science Fiction magazines of the period to form the basis for free-lance freedom. From that day until August 1967, Mel Hunter turned out many hundreds of major science and technology related paintings for Life, Newsweek, Time-Life Books, National Geographic, Encyclopedia Americana, North American Aviation, Douglas, Convair, USAF, NASA and many others. During this period, he became perhaps the main painter of subjects relating to science and the budding space exploration program. At the peak of his career in 1967, he came to the realization that emphasis on science and technology had grown out of all proportion to the thought devoted to the rest of our daily lives and to the needs of the environment. Nobody in the art world, except for Andrew Wyeth, was speaking for our shrinking rural countryside, our diminishing clean air and water, and vanishing wildlife. So he came to Vermont to draw and paint the land and its wildlife and to write and illustrate books for children on what nature and the Earth are really all about. In the ensuing five years, his paintings and drawings have sold to many collectors. More than two hundred original watercolors and oils of birds have sold through the galleries of Abercrombie & Fitch in New York and the Massachusetts Audubon Society. Mel Hunter passed away in 2004. Jack Arnold Fine Art
Kamil Kubik, Poets Walk II, Signed Print
Another beautiful scene of Central Parks famous Literary Walk, more popularly known as Poets Walk, by the popular impressionist artist who specializes in cityscapes worldwide. Large format 32x30 in. giclee on paper, signed by the artist in an edition of 300 examples Domestic shipping-$60, International depending upon location. Jack Arnold Fine Art
112: Kamil Kubik, NY Stock Exchange, Signed Serigraph
A scene of the Stock Exchange during their 200th Anniversary year by the well known impressionist cityscape artist. 37"x29" Arches paper, unframed, signed.in pencil Artist's Proof. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany this work. Domestic shipping $20, International depending upon location. Kubik is an impressionist painter, born in Czechoslovakia, studied in Prague, London, Australia, San Francisco and New York. He has painted on every continent and is best known for his cityscapes and magnificent florals. He spends most of his time in the New York area, Washington, D.C. and Paris painting directly from nature. Kubik has been the official artist for several U.S. golf and tennis tournaments. His work has appeared on the covers of M.D. Magazine, Reader's Digest and Avenue Magazine. He did a book, "Cityscapes", for the Grumbacher Company translating his artistic perception into city scenes that radiate life. Kubik's pastel of Carnegie Hall was used as the first American poster in China and was presented by Isaac Stern to the foreign minister of the People's Republic of China. He was commissioned to do the paintings for the Breaker Hotel, Ritz Carlton Hotel Company and the Greenbrier Country Club. A number of his paintings are in the personal collection of George and Barbara Bush as well as President Bush. Jack Arnold Fine Art
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