Michael Furman’s Giclée prints (or what is referred to as archival pigment prints) were produced on an Epson 9000 using Ultrachrome archival, pigmented ink - 10 colors
"This is part of the collection of a close friend, and is also part of a book we are doing for him that is scheduled to come out within the year . This car was built in France by the Swiss gentleman who owned the company, Mark Birgit. The car is known to be named after the Spanish King, King Alfonso (all Hispano Suiza models are Alfonso’s). Apparently, he was a patron of the company and bought a number of these cars. Incredibly sleek and beautiful.
Some people select cars specifically for performance, or they only like race cars, only like Duesenberg, or some combination of preferences. This collector picks cars because he believes they are the equivalent of fine art..." - Michael Furman
This piece is part of a previously never before shown series of works by Michael Furman, now available to Patina Gallery for our Season of Gratitude.
- 12” (30.48cm) height of image
- 24” (60.96cm) width of image
- Artist's Proof
- Limited edition of 10
- Image is numbered and signed by the artist
- Paper is Hahnemülhe Photo Rag Bright White 310 gsm all cotton
- Paper is acid and lignin free. ISO9706 conform / museum quality for highest age resistance
- Printing is performed through RIP software which optimizes files for the chosen substrate and assures consistency from print to print Ultrachrome archival, pigmented ink - 10 colors
- Please allow two weeks for delivery across the United States