Seller Notes: “BRAND NEW”
Features: Signed Date of Creation: 2000-Now
Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30") Artist: Zu Ming Ho
Edition Size: 99 Original/Licensed Reprint: Limited Edition Print
Listed By: Dealer or Reseller Edition Type: Limited Edition
Subject: Figures & Portraits Style: Realism
Size: Medium (up to 36in.) Signed?: Signed
Material: Giclee & Iris Type: Print
Print Surface: Canvas Original/Reproduction: Original Print
Print Type: Giclee & Iris Print
What is Giclée?
A modern printmaking process in which individual prints are produced on a special large-format printer in extremely high resolution, to give as exact as possible a reproduction of the precise colors and strokes of the original work. The giclée process offers the highest-quality reproduction available. Giclées may be printed on paper or on canvas. They are rarely produced in editions larger than a few hundred, with each one printed individually.
This artwork we offer comes complete with a gallery certificate of authenticity. This certificate increases the overall value of your collectible artwork significantly, and most importantly, it ensures an easy sale, should you ever wish to sell the piece.ZU MING HO "Guardians of the Moon" LIMITED EDITION Giclee on Canvas! Numbered and Hand Signed with Certificate of Authenticity. ** This work has never been matted, framed or displayed before and is in excellent condition.
OWN IT TODAY! A LIMITED EDITION GICLEE ON CANVAS FROM CELEBRATED ARTIST ZU MING HO! Viewers are sure to be enchanted by the dreamy and exotic imagery and themes Zu Ming Ho is famous for. "Guardians of the Moon" is a limited edition Giclee on canvas, numbered and hand signed by Ho. Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx. 20" x 20"(image). Limited Edition Numbered 77 of 95.
A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY WILL ACCOMPANY THIS PIECE!
LIMITED EDITION NUMBERED 77 OF 95
"Richard" Zu Ming Ho was born in China in 1949. At an early age he had a true appreciation for art and was considered to be highly gifted in several different media and styles, including classic Chinese painting styles. He was also greatly influenced by the French Impressionists masters.
The Communist regime made an attempt to suppress Zu Ming by placing him into a labor camp where he had no access to the pastime he loved. Surprisingly he maintained high spirits by creating images in his head, trying to memorize the images so that they could one day materialize on canvas. He remained in the camp for ten long years.
In 1987 Zu Ming Ho traveled to the United States, celebrating his freedom to exercise his amazing talent. He creates very cultured and meaningful pieces that continue to gain him great recognition around the world. His combination of soft brush strokes and vibrant colors are often the reason his technique is referred to as poetic.
- Brand Zu Ming Ho
- Mfg Part # 77/95
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