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Greetings Card : Portrait architect c. 1480 mixed technique basswood

Portrait architect c. 1480 mixed technique basswood



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Portrait architect c. 1480 mixed technique basswood

Portrait of an architect, c. 1480, mixed technique on basswood, 42.9-43.2 x 30.5-30.8 cm, unmarked, Bayerischer Meister, 15. Jh

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15 Jh Architect Basswood Mixed Technique Unmarked C 1480


Greetings Card (7"x5")

Introducing the exquisite Portrait of an Architect greeting card from Media Storehouse's Liszt Collection. This beautifully intricate design showcases a portrait of a master architect from the 15th century, expertly crafted using a mixed technique on basswood. The meticulous attention to detail and authenticity of this timeless artwork is sure to leave a lasting impression. Perfect for architects, engineers, or anyone with an appreciation for history and art, this card is a thoughtful and unique expression of admiration and respect. Send a piece of history with every greeting.

Folded Greeting Cards (12.5x17.5 cm) have a laminate finish and are supplied with an envelope. The front and inside can be personalised with text in a selection of fonts, layouts and colours.

Greetings Cards suitable for Birthdays, Weddings, Anniversaries, Graduations, Thank You and much more

Estimated Product Size is 17.5cm x 12.5cm (6.9" x 4.9")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases a remarkable piece of art titled "Portrait of an Architect, c. 1480". Created using a mixed technique on basswood, this masterpiece measures approximately 42.9-43.2 x 30.5-30.8 cm and remains unmarked, leaving its creator's identity shrouded in mystery. The portrait exudes an air of elegance and sophistication, capturing the essence of the architect depicted within it. The artist skillfully portrays the subject's contemplative gaze and poised demeanor, hinting at their deep understanding and mastery of their craft. The use of mixed techniques adds depth to the artwork, creating intricate details that draw viewers closer to examine every brushstroke with awe and admiration. The delicate strokes on the basswood canvas bring life to each feature, from the finely etched lines defining facial contours to subtle shading that highlights expressions. Although created by an anonymous "Bayerischer Meister" during the fifteenth century (15 Jh), this portrait transcends time with its timeless appeal. It serves as a testament to both the talent of its creator and the enduring allure of portraiture as a medium for capturing human emotion. Whether displayed in a gallery or cherished within a private collection, this print invites us into a world where craftsmanship meets artistic expression—a glimpse into history preserved through visual storytelling.

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