Credit is a series of high-end prints, revisiting famous works of great artists. By digitally altering parts of their structure, they link with modern techniques, as a contemporary comment and tribute to their mastery.
Each giclee print is hand-signed and printed on archival Fine Art paper, with white margins (2cm) on each side. High quality fixative spray is applied, which prevents yellowing and fading caused by time and exposure to light. You’ll get it wrapped in protective nylon sleeve, enclosed in a cardboard box. More sizes and framing can be made available, just get in touch with the gallery!
Rembrandt Peale (February 22, 1778 – October 3, 1860) was an American artist and museum keeper. He was born the third of six surviving children (eleven had died) to his mother, Rachel Brewer, and father, Charles Willson Peale. His father, also a notable artist, named him after the noted 17th-century Dutch painter and engraver Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn and taught all of his children to paint scenery and portraiture, and tutored Rembrandt in the arts and sciences. Rubens Peale had weak eyes and, unlike most of his siblings, did not set out to be an artist.