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Pehriska-Ruhpa - after Karl Bodmer

Pehriska-Ruhpa - after Karl Bodmer

after Karl Bodmer

Swiss (1809-1893)

Perishka-Ruhpa, Moennitarri Warrior, In the Costume of the Dog Danse

engraving with aquatint, hand-colored, 21 1/6" x 15 1/4"

Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha

Available unframed in sizes:

13.75" x 17.5" for $59.99

18.5" x 23.5" for $99.99

27.5" x 35" for $209.99

Our Price:  $59.99
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Giclée (pronounced gee-clay) is the French term meaning “mist of ink” and refers to the way ink is transferred to fine art papers in the Giclée printing process. A relatively new field of printing, Giclée printing provides an accurate reproduction of artworks from traditional media. Although the Giclée process of print making is more costly than other reproduction processes, the results are self-evident. Each fine art reproduction is printed on porous museum-quality archival paper with water color inks. With proper care, a Giclée print will last over 100 years without significant signs of fading.

Each Giclée print is made to order and will take two weeks to be created and shipped.

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