?? lbl.alttext.altThumbnailImage ??
?? lbl.alttext.altThumbnailImage ??
VINTAGE RoGallery
Sound of Summer by Jack Brusca
$419.00
Qty
This item ships for free.
CARE N/A
COLOR beige/blue
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 26" L x 27" H
ERA Vintage: 1980s
MADE IN USA
MADE OF serigraph on paper
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 28 - Jul 03
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
RoGallery is an established art dealer and gallery in the New York City area. In business for over 30 years, we are active fine art buyers and sellers with an extensive collection of select \ original paintings, graphics, photographs, and sculpture.
Why we love this
Beige and brown shapes jumble across the canvas in this serigraph by Jack Brusca. The blending of the brown tones gives a sense of depth and shape to the various cylindrical and spherical components, which contrasts with the background of solid blue. An American artist, Jack Brusca (1937-1993) uses the geometric art style to create a sense of depth and dimension, showing a keen understanding of space and color. This serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 200, AP 30. Unframed.
Other Great Finds from Our Archives
Chromolithograph map of Alaska. From Dollar Atlas of ...
Description:
Chromolithograph map of Alaska. From Dollar Atlas of the World, printed in Chicago and New York, 1899. Displayed in a handmade mat with gold line. Includes archival sleeve, museum board and information card. Fits in standard-size frame. Mat opening, 6.62"L ...
Chromolithograph map of Brazil and Guiana. From Dollar ...
Description:
Chromolithograph map of Brazil and Guiana. From Dollar Atlas of the World, printed in Chicago and New York, 1899. Displayed in a handmade mat with gold line. Includes archival sleeve, museum board and information card. Fits in standard-size frame. Mat ...
Striking chromolithograph map of Illinois with delineated counties. ...
Description:
Striking chromolithograph map of Illinois with delineated counties. Printed by Hammond in New York, 1910. Displayed in a handmade mat with gold line. Includes archival sleeve, museum board and information card. Fits in standard-size frame. Mat opening, 8"L x 11"H. ...