Fashionista 1631 - Part II

Fashionista 1631 - Part II

Work: "Colored Detail Design" based on Rembrandt's "Portrait of Philips Lucasz" published in 1641.

Original Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn (July 15, 1606 - October 4, 1669) is considered one of the most important and well-known Dutch Baroque artists. His work fell into the era of the Golden Age, when the Netherlands experienced a political, economic and artistic heyday. Rembrandt studied with Pieter Lastman, opened his first studio in Leiden in 1625 and soon attracted attention. In 1631 he moved to Amsterdam, where he developed into a celebrated artist.

  • EDITION/CRAFTING

    Limited 500 color prints on fine art paper.

    Printed on fine art paper, mounted on a plate.
  • PRODUCT INFORMATION

     

    Every piece of decorative design coming from the Mount Starling manufactory is an homage to all the masterly paintings and sculptures that have been created since the beginning of visual arts. Every Mount Starling Design is produced in a limited edition. Editions are defined per color and size. 

    Each design is realized by experienced printers using the highest quality printing methods, from exclusive hand screen printing, through haptic printers to state-of-the-art multi-color printing. The optimal printing process is chosen for each Mount Starling work.

  • SHIPPING

    All our designs are fresh and will be printed on demand.

    Aprox. production time: 10 days  
    Aprox. shipping time: Europe: 4 days World: 10 days
  • RETURN & REFUND POLICY

    You have 14 days (from receipt of your order) to notify us about your return request. To do so, please contact our customer services.

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€124.00Price
Colors: Green
Format
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