Budapest Window Of God Printmaking By Jerry Di Falco

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Artist Jerry  Di Falco. 'Budapest Window Of God' Artwork Image, Created in 2018, Original Watercolor. #art #artist
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Artist:

Jerry Di Falco

Title:

Budapest Window Of God

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Year:
2018
Size - (USA):
14 W x 11 H x 1 D (inches)
Size - (metric):
35.6 W x 27.9 H x 2.5 D (centimeters)

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Edition:
Original
Artwork ID:
619295
Artwork Description:   THE PRICE OF THIS MATTED ETCHING INCLUDES A FRAME, WHICH MEASURES FOURTEEN INCHES WIDE BY ELEVEN INCHES HIGH. THE GOLD PAINTED WOOD FRAME INCLUDES AN ACID FREE, WHITE MAT. MOREOVER, THE ARTWORK ARRIVES WIRED AND READY TO HANG. This original etching was adapted from a 2017 photo taken by the printmaker’s friend in Budapest. Di Falco executed three graphite drawings of this photo before he arrived at his etching’s final design. He also hand printed all editions at The Center for Works on Paper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Shown here is Edition Three of Four, and each edition is limited to five etchings. Media include French oil base ink, Rives BFK white paper, and a Thai mulberry bark color paper. The studio techniques of intaglio and Chine collé were employed. The image size is eight inches wide by six inches high, while the FRAMED AND MATTED print paper is fourteen inches wide by eleven wide. This architectural scene depicts a detail of the front view of The Dohány Street Synagogue, Europe’s largest temple that seats 3,000 people. The structure, which used Ludwig Förster’s design, was built between 1854 and 1859. The building measures 75 meters long by27 meters wide. The style is Moorish with a blend of Byzantine, Romantic and Gothic elements. Eight pointed stars decorate the whole building, and the place demonstrates several elements of sacred geometry. The Hebrew inscription quotes Exodus and translates as, “And let them make Me a sanctuary that I may dwell among them.”


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