Debob Temple In Madrid Printmaking By Jerry Di Falco

Art For Sale Printmaking Jerry Di Falco Magical
All Artworks Printmaking Etching Jerry Di Falco Magical Debob Temple In Madrid
Jerry  Di Falco  'Debob Temple In Madrid', created in 2017, Original Watercolor.
Zoom In Zoom In Add To Your Online Collection
previous artwork      
Zoom In   zoom in            
Magnify/Collect:
View in Room View Artwork Fullscreen
Artist:

Jerry Di Falco

Title:

Debob Temple In Madrid

Price:
Year:
2017
Medium:
Size - (USA):
20 W x 16 H x 1 D (inches)
Size - (metric):
50.8 W x 40.6 H x 2.5 D (centimeters)
Theme:
Edition:
Original
Artwork ID:
614945

Artwork Description:

THE PRICE OF THIS ETCHING INCLUDES A GOLD PAINTED WOOD FRAME WITH GLASS AND ACID FREE MAT. THE FRAME MEASURES 16 INCHES HIGH BY 20 INCHES WIDE. THE WHITE MAT CONTAINS A GOLD INNER TRIMMED EDGE. THE ARTWORK ARRIVES WIRED AND READY TO HANG ON YOUR WALL, AND A WALL HOOK AND NAIL ARE INCLUDED. This etching was inspired by one of the printmaker’s 35mm color photographs taken in 1990the scene documents one of the city’s most unusual locations. DiFalco used the studio techniques of INTAGIO, AQUATINT, and DRYPOINT. Seven separate nitric acid baths were needed before the printmaker arrived at this desired design. Both hard and soft grounds were used on the zinc etching plate. The image illustrates the Egyptian Temple of Debod, which was donated to Spain in 1968 as a result of flooding from the Aswan Damn construction. This ancient temple was transported and rebuilt stone by stone in its current Spanish location. Work on the original temple began in Egypt near the beginning of the 2nd century BCE at the orders of the Meroë King Adijalamani, who built it as a chapel dedicated to the god Amun and the goddess Isis. Subsequent kings of the Ptolemaic dynasty built additional rooms around the original core. After Egypt’s annexation by Rome, the emperors Augustus and Tiberius finished the Temple’s construction. In the 6th century CE, following Nubia’s conversion to Christianity, the temple was sealed off and left abandoned. Now the Temple of Debod is located in Madrid’s Parque de Oeste, or Park of the East, near the Royal Palace. It was opened to the public in 1972 and has the city’s best sunrise view. This location also contains historical significance because it once housed the former Montaña barracks, a fascist stronghold that was stormed by the populace during the Civil War in 1936. Di Falco executed and hand printed this work in 2017 at The Center For Works on Paper, Fleisher Art campus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He employed an eight-inch high by ten-inch wide, or 20.320cm x 25.400cm zinc plate and printed with oil-based etching inks made in Paris, France on RivesBFK white printmaking paper. Frame is 16 inches by 20 inches.
Keywords:   Original Printmaking, Magical Printmaking
Materials:   Etching Prints


More Original Artworks By Jerry Di Falco

You May Want To Discover These Artists?

CLOSE [X]

CLOSE [X]

[X]
Artwork placement is for general visual reference.



CLOSE [X]

ARTWORK SHIPPING INFORMATION
When Do You Charge My Credit Card?
absolutearts.com never charges your credit card until you have approved shipping costs and everything is a go ahead! Buying original art is always something special and we are here to work with you and help you find that perfect piece of contemporary art. Whether it's a painting or a sculpture, a mixed media artwork - our art advisory experts will handle all your buying needs.

What About Free Shipping For My Artwork?
Unless the artist has indicated free shipping absolutearts.com needs to calculate shipping costs for our worldwide clients and artists. We take pride in providing the most cost effective, fastest and most secure way of shipping possible for your artwork.

How Much Is Shipping?
Shipping is calculated by an art expert to keep your cost low! Original artworks always deserve special attention. Shipping costs usually run 2% - 15% of the price of the artwork depending on what the work is and where the art is shipping from and shipping to - our fine artists and clients are located worldwide.

Who Pays For Shipping?
Unless the artist offers free shipping, the client pays for shipping. The shipping cost is carefully calculated for each client's purchase and the client always approves shipping cost before a sale is charged to a client's credit card.

When Will I Get My Shipping Quote?
After you have ordered the artwork we will get the artwork shipping quote to you as fast as possible. It may take 30 minutes to sometimes a day before we have accurate shipping information for you. We carefully get the best and most secure route for you. This is why we are different and standout from the rest. We pay very close and individual attention to your purchase and weigh all possible shipping options for you.

What About Insurance?
Artworks are always fully insured during shipping.

What About Delivery Time?
The delivery time frame will entirely depend on where you live and where the artwork is shipping from. Art delivery within USA and the EU is anywhere from 1-7 days. Shipping abroad may take 7-14 days. absolutearts.com has 20+ years of original art shipping experience and always chooses the most secure and cost effective way for each client. We are here for you!

What About Tracking?
Each artwork is always carefully tracked during the shipping process and each client is informed of all tracking information once your artwork has shipped.

Who Do You Use For Shipping?
absolutearts.com uses the following shipping partners: USPS, UPS, FEDEX, DHL, Postal Services worldwide, freight services and of course specialized art carriers.

How Is My Artwork Shipped?
Each artwork is a very special piece that always receives careful attention and packaging. All artworks are securely packaged prior to shipping. Shipping materials range from cardboard and protective bubble wrap to specialized art crates, mailing tubes, wooden crates and even courier delivery as well as cargo delivery via truck or shipping container. It all depends on the type of work you order. We always keep every client informed during the shipping process.

I Have More Questions
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. You can either email us at help@absolutearts.com or call us at 646-455-1425. We are always eager to answer any questions you may have.

Final Thoughts
We take each sale very seriously and understand that each original artwork is unique. There is always something that needs special attention with each artwork shipment. Thus, we always offer individualized attention to each client for every purchase however small or large it may be. We treat all our clients with great attention and care. We are not a big box store -- not like a warehouse store shipping low quality reproduction art -- not like a big discounter --or website that offers "free shipping" which usually drives the price up and takes money away from the artist. We are a company with over 25 years of art experience and we always treat our artists fairly. On the internet since 1995, absolutearts.com understands that each original work of art is valuable. Whether your art purchase is a gift, a corporate piece, a private art commission or an artwork for your living room - we always respect your taste and privacy!

CLOSE [X]