Michael Ferner:
Painting "Seaview", Framed

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Michael Ferner:
Painting "Seaview", Framed

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Limited, total 108 copies | Numbered | Signed | Graphics in mixed technique on Tintoretto Stucco Gesso | Framed | Mat | Format ca. 60 x 46 cm (H/W)

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Michael Ferner: Painting "Seaview", Framed

Have a vacation, swim and get off your cloths - all this made a basis for the new caricature of Michael Ferner. The fantasy gives you wings. And it doesn't just refer to the ravens!

Original graphics in the mixed technique limited to 99 sheets and 9 artist copies. Reproduced to 350g Tintoretto Stucco Gesso, numbered and signed by hand. Framed in the silvery solid wood frame with a double beveled mat. Format ca. 60 x 46 cm (H/W).

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Michael has a high priority of humourous. A painter, designer, illustrator and cartoonist born in Salzburg in 1969, is a master of the brush and colour - he created humourous and cheerful hand work. He impressed the art world by the lightness of his stroke, which arises from blowing ink over the paper.

His theme is the life. The impression that the fascination of the moment. The normal impression is recorded in his pictures. Airplanes, cars, clowns, musicians, seafood or e.g. "Huckebeinige corvid". With the eye of an exact observer, and the unfamiliar humourist colour on the paper.

He presented his paintings in exhibitions in Germany and Austria, also in England, Dubai and the United States.

The field of graphic arts, that includes artistic representations, which are reproduced by various printing techniques.

Printmaking techniques include woodcuts, copperplate engraving, etching, lithography, serigraphy.

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Serigraphy (Silk-screen printing)

Graphic artwork in the making of which the artist combines at least two graphic techniques.

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