The Sun is gone but - Nirvana - Art reproduction signed & limited of 8

The Sun is gone but - Nirvana - Art reproduction signed & limited of 8 View full size

80x40 cm - 8 copies

- Signed and numbered edition

- With certificate of authenticity

- Edited on 308gr art paper


Also available in 100x50cm and 60x30cm

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189,57 €

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Fine art prints details

Art prints of colorful contemporary painting about Nirvana "The sun is gone but..."

This series of reproductions of a modern painting has been edited in a series of 8 copies.

Each of the fine art print is numbered and signed by the artist and delivered with its certificate of authenticity.
The edition is made on Hahnemühle 308 gr. art paper to ensure an optimal rendering of the work.

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  • Limited Edition Fine art Print Signed & Limited to 8 Copies
  • Delivered with certificate of authenticity signed by the artist
  • Size 80 x 40 cm

Fine Art Print printed on demand in France
Shipped in a sturdy mailing tube with sealed caps
Not Framed

Gallery quality paper 308gr / m2 print printed without solvents and UV resistant.

« The poster found its place in the living room
But I think to order a second one.»

Antoine V.

« The colors are wonderful
and bright.»

Stéphanie M.

« I received the posters, thank you
for dedication and postcards. »

David L.

Limited Fine Art Prints

High quality Fine Art Prints.

All the fine art prints of Amaury Dubois are produced in limited edition from 2 to 20 copies maximum.

Every reproduction is numbered and signed by the hand of the artist to prove the originality

Once the prints of the series are sold out, no re-printing is possible.

About the artist

« Paint the Invisible which nevertheless surrounds us »

Amaury Dubois

Amaury Dubois draws its inspiration from the everyday life in the world around us. With his style so particular, that he baptized "Le Courbisme" and his broad vision of the reality, the artist took part in a large number of projects as the realization of frescoes for the Big Stadium of Lille or still the apparition of one of his ppainting in a McDonald's TV advertising campaign.

His work is exhibited in different art galleries across Europe, but some of his pieces are also part to many European and international art collections (France Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, Switzerland, Portugal, Brazil, USA...) and one of its last exhibitions took place in Singapore.

See Biography of the artist

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