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Dinosaur Study I Print

Dinosaur Study I Print
  • DinosaurStudyIF13
  • DinosaurStudyIAVF13
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$399.97 reg. $500.00

The Story

The extravagant forms of ancient life are elegantly articulated in intriguing drawings that bring fine art to scientific observation. Intricately drawn in pencil, Ethan Harper renders dinosaur skeletons in on naturally aged parchment paper. Our giclée print on deckled paper captures all the detail of the original. Floated on a single white back mat, the print is framed in radiata pine, stained ebony with a hand-rubbed finish and honed edges.

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Dinosaur Study I Print

Dinosaur Study I Print.

SKU: 261203

$399.97 reg. $500.00

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Dinosaur Study II Print.

SKU: 252093

$259.97 reg. $400.00

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Dinosaur Study III Print.

SKU: 261238

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Dinosaur Study I Print is rated 4.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great picture, wonderful quality. I bought this about 2 weeks ago for above my couch and absolutely love it! It's a perfect size and the colors go well with my décor. I saw it in the store and knew I had to have it. I ordered it thru the store and had it shipped to the store so the shipping was free. Couldn't beat it!
Date published: 2014-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Showpiece My husband and I got married last year and moved into our first shared apartment. Perhaps not surprisingly, he lost a few things from his bachelor days in the move . . . as a result, I felt guilty that the majority of our furniture and art was from my own collection and wanted to find a way to make him feel more ownership in our new space - especially the living room. When I saw this dino print around Christmas time, I knew he’d love to see it prominently displayed above our couch (and as beautiful as the drawing is, I don’t mind one bit). It’s now the showpiece of our space and visitors always comment on how cool it is – and I love hearing my husband proudly say, “Yeah, that’s a Diplodocus!” Who knows if he’s right, but I love seeing him smile about it. My only complaint: be careful when handling/hanging as the frame's finish seems to rub off easily.
Date published: 2014-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome Subject Matter As I stated, you cannot pick a cooler, more awe-inspiring and controversial subject than the amazing dinosaurs! That aside the framing is beautiful and the aged parchment look makes the room feel like a paleontological study from 1920, and as far as the quality goes with the art itself, (from an artist's perspective) it looks a little simple. Which is nice, it isn't an overload of detail, but the graphite markings in the drawing make the piece look almost like a rough draft or just a sketch.The quality of the print is pretty nice, from up to about two feet away you can't really tell that it is printed until you lean in close.If you yourself do not have the time or artistic talent, or you do not know anybody who does, I would say "Yes, buy this!" I'm a DIY guy, but even I can appreciate another's art on my walls, and this series captures the eyes of everyone with a price tag that isn't that bad considering the great framing they do. That alone would cost in the ballpark of a few hundred dollars.
Date published: 2014-03-26
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