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Bull Fighter in Red (126)

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This is a popular subject by the artist. Montyne created five paintings in this subject. While performing his famous hand-balancing act in Mexico, he became interested in the native culture. Montyne studied bull fighting, while sometimes actually fighting a bull with the famous cape. The artist was so inspired by this tradition that he handcrafted a bullfighters outfit for his balancing act. This painting was created in the mid seventies; the recipient is unknown. What is documented, is that the painting was rediscovered at an estate sale in Portland, Oregon. The painting was purchased by Norman Hosford for a mere $450.00. The painting is now part of the Montyne estate, as Mr. Hosford is Montyne’s brother in law. It was Mr. Hosford’s relationship with Montyne that made it possible for him to find such a wonderful treasure. The work is performed on canvas and mounted on stretcher-bars.

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History:

This is a popular subject by the artist. Montyne created five paintings in this subject. While performing his famous hand-balancing act in Mexico, he became interested in the native culture. Montyne studied bull fighting, while sometimes actually fighting a bull with the famous cape. The artist was so inspired by this tradition that he handcrafted a bullfighters outfit for his balancing act. This painting was created in the mid seventies; the recipient is unknown. What is documented, is that the painting was rediscovered at an estate sale in Portland, Oregon. The painting was purchased by Norman Hosford for a mere $450.00. The painting is now part of the Montyne estate, as Mr. Hosford is Montyne’s brother in law. It was Mr. Hosford’s relationship with Montyne that made it possible for him to find such a wonderful treasure. The work is performed on canvas and mounted on stretcher-bars.

Technical Specs

Montyne fine art prints are Giclée canvas reproductions.Orders will include the size of the Giclée selected and will be professionally Dry Mounted. Recipients will also receive a certificate of authenticity and the great artists’ trademarked seal. For your satisfaction all of this work is 100% guaranteed.

The actual size of any Giclée reproduction will vary in relationship to the actual size of the original art. Due to this fact the art maybe slightly larger or smaller depending on composition. This is noted, as to keep with the artists’ original design. This also keeps the reproductions honest. It is to be noted that all sizes are in inches.

Standard Limited Edition: In this edition, each painting selected will consist of 1,000 reproductions. This will include 500 Mediums, 275 Presentations, 150 Grand, and 75 Colossal prints made.

Hand Enhanced Edition: By request only, one of-a-kind enhanced signed prints. These will be signed by the artists’ son. Each painting selected in its edition will consist of 50 enhanced prints.

Definitions

Giclée: A Giclée (zahee-clay) is a high resolution, high fidelity, high tech. individually produced reproduction. Created on a special large format printer. This process of making fine art prints from a digital source using inkjet printing was first created in the early 1990’s. The word is derived from the French language word ‘le gicleur’ meaning nozzle. The word was coined in 1991 by Jack Duganne a print maker working in the field. Artists tend to use this type of process over traditional 4-color lithography because of the arts singular individuality. Lithography uses tiny dots of 4 colors cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, to full the eye into seeing various hues. Giclées employs 9 colors light cyan, cyan, light magenta, magenta, yellow, light black, light light black, black, and matte black. When useing photo paper, one of the black inks is substituted with photo black ink. This creates truer shades and hues.

Dry Mounting: While creating framing solutions the Dry Mounting treatment is used by professionals and museums around the world. A dry tissue adhesive is used that is activated by heat from a vacuum heat press to bond the canvas to a mounting board. In actuality the artwork is anchored to the chosen frame conventionally.

Standard limited edition is a limited number of prints produced, ” in most cases 1,500 to 3,000″. Limited editions are great investments since the product increases in value as the work sells out.

Hand enhanced means the reproduction is highlighted by oil paints, watercolor, inks, etc. in certain areas of the image to give the appearance of an original painting.

Canvas has become the most common support medium for oil painting. The word canvas is derived from the 13century Angelo French ‘canevaz’. The modern canvas is usually made of cotton. Canvas can be printed onto using specialized digital printers to create canvas prints. This process of digital inkjet printing on canvas is popularly referred to as Giclée.

Stretcher bars are frames used by artist to mount their canvases.

This collection of Montyne Giclée canvas fine art reproductions are inspected and approved by Montyne Inc. as being faithful to the original art. All reproductions are of the highest quality and are certified as original reproductions by the only authority to do so – Montyne Inc.

Montyne Seal
This seal of approval by Montyne Inc. certifies that any reproduction created with this seal of approval is authentic and approved by Montyne Inc. Any reproduction produced without this seal is to be questioned and/or scrutinized as to its authenticity.

Additional information

Size

Medium 15×20, Presentation 20×30, Grand 30×40, Colossal 40×60

Hand Enhanced

No, Yes

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