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Size: Unframed prints are 11x14 printed on 110# Mohawk Warm White cover. Image size varies with the subject matter surrounded by a generous margin.
This print is available exclusively from Alive Hospice, and 100 percent of the proceeds support Alive’s work in the community. Each print is individually numbered, titled, and signed in pencil by the artist and is part of a limited edition of 24.
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Note: Often, even in “Limited Edition Prints,” the editions can run into the hundreds. These prints are truly limited and rare as only 24 of each image are in the edition, numbered 1/24 to 24/24. Three of each were reserved for the artist as proofs. Printing files and any printing overages are destroyed.
Process Description: This image was originally painted by Paul Harmon. It was then captured digitally, in high resolution, reduced in dimension, and printed on a professional graphics printer to Library of Congress archival standards. The result is a giclée print.
Artist Biography: Paul Harmon is an internationally exhibited artist whose work is included in the Tennessee State Museum, the George Bush Presidential Library, and the Museum of the Principality of Monaco, among others. He represented the U.S. in the 1981 Bienal de Arte, Medellin, Colombia, SA and is the recipient of many international painting awards including the Prix de la Ville de Monaco and the Prix de la Société E.J.A. at the XXIV Prix International D’Art Contemporain de Monte-Carlo. His papers and digital images are collected at the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Paul Harmon lives and works in a 1793 National Register of Historic Places farmhouse and studio in Brentwood, Tennessee. Learn more about the artist at paulharmon.com.