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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Saatchi Art Limited Edition of:25
Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in
Certificate of Authenticity:Yes, Signed and Numbered
Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Exclusive to Saatchi Art:Saatchi Art’s curators have worked with artists from around the world to hand-pick every artwork we offer as Limited in order to provide you with an unmatched selection of limited edition prints. We are proud to offer "or maybe some Buddhist monastery in Tokyo? (abstract # 63)" by Harry Moody, which is available exclusively on Saatchi Art.
Limited Edition Prints:Artworks in a limited edition have a set number of prints available for each size offered. For the 8 x 10 size edition, "or maybe some Buddhist monastery in Tokyo? (abstract # 63)" comes in a limited edition of only 25 prints. Once all 25 of the prints in this edition size have sold out, there will be no other prints of "or maybe some Buddhist monastery in Tokyo? (abstract # 63)" available in the size of 10 inches high by 8 inches wide. Limited edition prints of this artwork may be available in other sizes.
Framing Options:Custom frame options are available in solid wood and each framed artwork ships ready to hang––right out of the box. Choose from black, white, or natural wood frames in a classic "box" style.
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
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Harry Moody received his formal training as an artist at the Frankfurt Stadel Fine Art Academy, Frankfurt, Germany. He majored in Free Painting under the Professors Johannes Schreiter, Thomas Bayrle and Josef Beuys. In 1986, also at the Stadel Academy, he was introduced to the works and philosophies of the then residing Professor Gerhard Richter who eventually profoundly influenced the artistic direction that Moody was to embark on. ï»¿His career in the arts include Fine Arts Dealer, Gallery Owner, Membership in CINOA, Appraiser, Conserver/Restorer, participant in numerous Art Fairs in Maastricht, Koln, Munchen, Frankfurt, author and art critic for Art-i-fact, freelance curator for the Bellvue Art Museum, Seattle, Ukai Museum, Tokyo and for privately owned collections, and was on the Board of Trustees at the Seattle Fine Art Academy. Throughout his professional life, Harry Moody has pursued a dialogue concerning art ideals and the necessity to express oneself artistically. He has exhibited at the Stadel Museum Frankfurt, the Landes Museum Wiesbaden, at the Untitled Gallery Los Angeles, the Burr Gallery, Burbank & Fresh Paint Art Gallery, Culver City LA . The Fresh Paint Art Gallery, Culver City, LA, the William Turner Gallery, Santa Monica, the TKO Art, LLC, Irvine, CA and Art Soup, LA are currently representing his abstract paintings. He is a member of the Pasadena Society of Artists, Pasadena, CA and the Abstract Artist Gallery USA. His works can be found in public institutions & private collections."‹ Harry Moody's Abstract Paintings were recently included in the collection " Abstract America" for Saatchi Online, curated by Rebecca Wilson, a Director at the Saatchi Gallery London. http://magazine.saatchiart.com/articles/artnews/saatchi-art-news/from-the-studio-of-saatchi-online-news/harry-moody
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