Somewhere in New York City (Blue Metal) by Jose Martinez Limited Edition #1 of 9 Framed with Museum Grade Art Glass 11" x 14"
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Limited Edition Print from the Original Painting by Jose Martinez with Blue Metal Digital Tinting and Framed with Museum Grade non-glare Art Glass
SOHO Print Size: 11" x 14" including border - plus frame
Limited Edition #1 of 9 - First Release - Signed and Numbered and delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Currently in stock in our Northcote Studio, ready for immediate delivery.
Made in Australia and produced in Sydney on 310gsm Fibre Gloss Fine Art Paper with Epson Pro Inks.
Solid Timber Australian made frame with professional mounting
Bursting with colour, dynamism and innovation, resident in Singapore and born in Britain, Jose Martinez is a favorite at the Singapore Contemporary Art Show.
He invites his audience to experience the explosive energy of the world's famed mega-cities including New York, Chicago, Singapore and London.
Well known for his exuberant, fearless approach and powerful art creations of city-scapes, landmarks and architecture, his art is as timeless as it is contemporary.
Impressionist realism, abstract, or unique one-of-a-kind bespoke original art commissions, Martinez's art is bold, confident, vibrant, balanced and intelligent.
Featured in international art directories including Good Art Guide, Anniversary Edition, Jose Martinez currently divides his time between England and Singapore.
Jose Martinez and Gifts4Humanity Founder, John Davis, has teamed up together to create a special release Limited Edition Print Series from Jose's Original Paintings.
More of Jose's art can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/martinezartsg
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