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. Circa 2019.
"This car is a very famous racing model from the 1960s and is accurately restored. The 1966 Porsche Carrera 6 was raced in endurance races, at Le Mans, Nerverg Ring… I believe this model represents one of the earliest attempts from Porsche at a fiberglass model. Up until then, they were made of aluminum. With fiberglass, the model of course could be molded into very complex shapes. It’s a fabulously good looking car and nice representation of a moment in time when fiberglass was in its early manufacturing days. From an early start, the material did allow for some very unusual curves and shapes…" - 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.
- 18” (45.72cm) height of image
- 27” (68.58cm) 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