Purple Store Front (1964) by Christo und Jeanne-Claude

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Art Poster: Christo und Jeanne-Claude, Purple Store Front (1964)

Christo und Jeanne-Claude, Purple Store Front (1964)

59,0 × 84,0 cm Art Poster
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 Gallery Stretcher (18mm height)
 Museum Stretcher (42mm height)
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 Printed on boarder
 Border mirrored
 without coating
 artist thick-film finishing
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Poster Art

In 19th century artists began to design and produce posters. Artists as Jules Chéret, Alphonse Mucha, and Henri Toulouse-Lautrec designed posters, that promoted consumer items and events and thus created a unique symbiosis of art and commercialism. However, also advertising posters without any artistic aspiration reveal their special aesthetic appeal, if we think only of the tradition.

Fine Art Prints as Canvas on Stretcher

With us you also get the most fine art prints, e.g. »Purple Store Front (1964)« from Christo und Jeanne-Claude, as a canvas picture on stretcher. For this, the print is laminated on canvas and sealed with a special foil. Then the whole thing is pulled on a stretcher. This will give you a canvas picture that you can hang directly on wall. Of course, this canvas picture can also be framed.

Framed Pictures

Pictures from Christo und Jeanne-Claude you can also buy framed. In addition to a variety of wood and aluminum moldings we also offer passe-partouts and various surface protection options. All frames are handmade in our own factory. Naturally all framings are Made in Germany. Individually framed, the picture »»Purple Store Front (1964)«« really comes into its own!