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Julius Bissier, 19.10.49, 1949
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Julius Bissier

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Julius Bissier, 19.10.49, 1949
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27"w 1.5"d 23"h
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Julius Bissier

Inspired by Chinese monochrome ink paintings, German painter Julius Bissier created these modern abstract serigraphs in Belgium in 1949. The expertly reproduced serigraphs are printed on archival-quality paper and preserved in a solid walnut frame.

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Details

  • Technique: serigraphy: similar to silkscreening, but with finer quality silk and materials that requires each layer to be pressed separately and dried before applying the next, for a more detailed and textural result
  • Construction: solid wood frame; mitered corners; archival acid-free mounting materials; shatterproof plexiglass insert
  • Wall Mounting: hanging wire
  • Care: wipe with damp cloth, dry immediately; clean insert with plexiglass cleaner sprayed onto cloth

Materials

    • Material: archival paper
    • Color: multicolor
    • Secondary Material: solid walnut frame
    • Finish: lacquer

Additional Information

  • Product Origin: made in Belgium
  • Material Origin: United States and imported
  • Item Numbers:
    283382 19.10.49, 1949 (27"w 1.5"d 23"h)
    648726 23.10.49, 1949 (27"w 1.5"d 23"h)
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