Page Update: Saturday, February 29th, 2003

Lithographs and Giclées

Currently lithographic and Giclée reproductions of Surrender are being offered.
If you are interested in commissioning a Giclée of other artwork displayed on this web site,
please write or email me at
Many works are also available for sale.

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Print size, 24" x 36"
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Surrender is Now Available as a Museum Quality Lithograph

$45.00 each
plus $10 shipping and handling
Please e-mail us for more information

    Due to the overwhelming response to Surrender from the November art exhibit at The Meher Center, I am offering limited edition museum quality lithograph prints. Each print is numbered, signed and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity with the supplemental article and history of the painting. There will be no future numbered printing of Surrender that is of this quality. The paper is of a thick “100 lb.” textured Saxony acid-free stock that displays the full richness and detail of the painting. Click here to order

Own an original giclée of Surrender

plus shipping and handling
Please e-mail us for more information

     The giclée process creates a one of a kind reproduction using up to eight colors on acid-free archival artist’s canvas to recreate a painting as accurately as possible. A giclée is not mass produced and is only created one at a time for each commission. Unlike lithographs, the color of a giclée can last a lifetime without fading.* I personally enhance every print by adding key brush strokes to bring alive the highlights and detail. Except under the most critical examination, an enhanced giclée is virtually indistinguishable from the original. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for production and delivery for giclées.

    *Giclées are archival and have the lasting quality of most original acrylic or oil paintings, but they must be cared for as you would care for an original. For best results, have the giclée mounted on an artist's canvas stretcher when you have it framed, and hang it in a room that does not receive direct sunlight. Smoking, excessive dust and humidity will affect the life of the giclée as they can damage any painting.
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