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Canvas Art

February 8th, 2018

Canvas Art

Nothing brings a more personal touch to each-and-every room in your home or office than Canvas Art. Canvas is printed with UV-resistant archival inks and stretched on 1 1/2" wood stretcher bars. Unframed canvas prints come in many sizes, including large wall art that's sure to create an amazing effect in your home, office or wherever your walls need a great work of art.


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Wall Graphics.

February 8th, 2018

Wall Graphics.


ABOUT PREMIUM WALL GRAPHICS

ALLAN RICHTER FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY can print our images as WALL GRAPHICS.

WALL GRAPHICS are printed with eco-solvent digital inks at 1440 dpi on a single seamless cut-out sheet of premium 10mil self-adhesive fabric paper. They look great, will stick to anything (walls, windows, doors, concrete - even ceilings!), and can be removed. and re-hung 100 times without leaving a mark or damaging your walls.
All orders are printed on-demand.
printed with eco-solvent digital inks
high-resolution full-color printing at 1440 dpi
printed on premium 10 mil repositionable fabric paper
the fabric paper is self-adhesive: remove + re-use up to 100 times
customer-selected sizes: from 12 inches to 7 feet tall
SINGLE SHEET contour-cut for seamless installation
paint + wallpaper safe with no marks or residue
UV protected + illuminates with backlighting
durable: the self-adhesive fabric paper itself has been wind-tested at 500 mph!
100% customer satisfaction is guaranteed

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Prints On Glass Are Unique And Beautiful

February 8th, 2018

Prints On Glass Are Unique And Beautiful

Instead of printing on paper, Allan Richter Fine Art Photography is able to print directly on glass. Instead of separating the picture, frame and mount, a this method combines all three into a beautiful, lasting, final product.

They are reasonably priced.

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Allan Richter Fine Art Wall Graphics

February 8th, 2018

Allan Richter Fine Art Wall Graphics

Fine Art Wall Graphics can be made up to seven feet. They are printed on a combination of cloth & paper and appear like canvas. They have an adhesive backing that allows them adhere to almost any surface and are easy to remove. Order them from Allan Richter Directly. They are not manufacture by Fine Art America. The link is to Allan Richter Fine Art Photography on Facebook.

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Abstract Fine Art Photography

February 8th, 2018

Abstract Fine Art Photography

Abstract photography demands that you have a high sensitivity for composition and for colours. It generally does not represent the subject in a literal way. It communicates primarily through form, color, shapes and curves.

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Representational Art

February 8th, 2018

Representational Art

Representational Art is art that depicts something easily recognized. Representational art goes back millennia. A good example is the figurine Venus Willendorf. It was made 25,000 years ago and was intended to show the figure of a woman. Abstract art didn�t come into being until the early 20th century.

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Dogs In Western Art

February 8th, 2018

Dogs In Western Art

Dogs in Art

When dogs are used in Western Art they are symbolic of Fidelity . Fidelity is the secular aspect of Faith or trust. A dog, in allegorical painting is fidelity personified. When a dog is included in a portrait of a married couple it is usually placed in the woman�s lap or at her feet representing marital fidelity.

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Still Life Fine Art Photography

February 8th, 2018

Still Life Fine Art Photography

A still life fine is an arrangement of inanimate, everyday objects. The subject of a still life has been defined as anything that does not move or is dead. The subject can be natural such as flowers and food. It can be manufactured like books and bottles. Traditionally, some of the objects in a still life had symbolic meaning. For example cut flowers or a piece of decaying fruit symbolized mortality. Today still life object don�t necessarily have any symbolism.

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Nude

February 8th, 2018

Nude

The invention of the pantograph in 1818 made it possible to scale sculpture down to domestic size and reproduce it. Paris became the center of sculpture Above all erotic women became uppermost in the French mind. Figures and female curves gave the perfect opportunity for poses. Women were depicted nude or with clinging drapery often metamorphosing into plants.

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Collecting Art

February 8th, 2018

Collecting Art

The urge to collect inherent from childhood. Remember collecting seashells at the beach or perhaps coins, dolls or trains? As adults we still have the same urge but focus on things more relevant to our current lives. The sense of beauty is also inherent. Combining collecting and aesthetics is the first step to becoming an art collector. It does not take a lot of money. It does not take sophisticated knowledge. It s however fun.

Start with contemporary art, art being made today. Most contemporary art is new art being sold for the first time. This is called the primary market. The secondary market is where existing art is resold. Emerging art designates art created by artists early in their carriers. It is sold a lower price point until the artist becomes established. The hardest part of becoming an art collector is buying your first piece of art. As one collects their tastes become more refined and focused. Art collecting is an emotional experience. It reflects your personality. It tells others who you are. It will become a passion.

Art can be an investment but it should be done for fun and the experience itself. You don't need a degree.. Your particular interests will guide you to books, lectures and museums. Your passion will grow stronger as you collect and learn. It is a social activity.

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