"The sermon of the vicar" giclee on paper L.E. of English artist M. Asher
Limited Edition Giclee on paper of original watercolor "The sermon of the vicar" of English artist Margaret Asher in funny style of Belle Epoque.
Giclee is available in a limited edition of 100 on paper, measures 20x28 inches (50x70cm)
Each giclee has name and number on a back of a giclee. Original price of this giclee is 900 $!
You can buy just now only 450 $. We give this great discount for holiday gifts
You can see and buy this original watercolor in our gallery "Gallery-2000".
Price of thу original watercolor is 19 000 $.
Giclee will be delivery unframed in protective tube.
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What is Giclee:
Giclee printing is widely recognized as being the highest quality of all existing fine art printing methods. Many museums of world have made Giclee editions a permanent part of their collections. Our giclees are created from original paintings and watercolors, using the finest quality ink and canvas and paper. These inks can assure the art image on Giclee to last for 100 years.
About artist: Asher Margaret (1920 - 1997) Watercolors of Margaret Asher is a marvelous sample of English humor of a life of old England at the beginning of the 20th century. The fashionable aristocratic resort where sisters Asher spent the most part of the life, gave many such possibilities. The Asher sisters, Margaret and Elizabeth, were born at the beginning of the 20th century in England in the resort town of Bath. The sisters themselves were from a well-to-do family and have been well educated, including the art education. Each watercolor of Margaret Asher is as a small sketch of a life of typical small English town and its suburbs. You can see here both the postman, and the policeman, and respectable inhabitants... But all of them are fishes... Yes, yes, fishes! Margaret Asher drew the heroes as fishes. Very respectable fishes, it is necessary to tell. Each of them has the character, and often dressed in the latest fashion of that time, goes on a tail. And we see all scale of the human feelings inherent in the person on it muzzle, more precisely, on the face. Probably, it was easier to her to draw the neighbors and acquaintances in such kind. Today it seems that Margaret has lived all her life among these respectable fishes, instead of respectable Englishmen... Artists Margaret and Elizabeth Asher have lived the long life, they have stopped to draw at the turn of the ninetieth years of the last century. You can look at this original painting in our Gallery-2000.com