Sale no: 2305192
Catalogue and Bidding available from 11/01/2017 3.00 PM AEDT
Delivery time frames will depend on your location, please check the shipping calculator to see an estimate of when you can typically expect to receive your goods based on your postcode.
We will send you an email notifying you as soon as your items have left our warehouse.
In this email, you will find the name of the courier company and the consignment note number of your item as well as information on tracking the delivery of your item online. Simply follow the link and enter your reference number. You will then be able to quickly and efficiently track the delivery status of your item!
Please Note:We do delivery Australia wide except for a few remote territories, please check the shipping calculator to confirm delivery availability and timeframes.
All art is professionally packaged to ensure customers receive their art in good order. All freight prices quoted for this sale include packaging and handling.
Sydney Metropolitan Area Deliveries
Artwork will be encased in bubble-wrap or rolled into cylinders for delivery within the Sydney Metropolitan Area. Deliveries within the Sydney metropolitan Area will be conducted by a GraysOnline driver.
NSW Regional and Interstate Deliveries
Some items may be rolled into cylinders suitable for long distance transport, however the majority of artwork will be encased in bubble-wrap and heavy cardboard. "If an item is glazed, extra packaging may be required to provide increased protection against long distance transport. A small surcharge is added to the delivery cost of some glazed works."
Deliveries will be conducted by a GraysOnline 3rd Party service provider.
Commensurate with age - The item's condition is reflective of its age.
Over time collectables, antiques and paintings can develop a patina or general markings associated with display or general use. Please refer to lot description and photographs for any additional information.
The original work, the master piece. Whether it is an oil, an acrylic, a watercolor, a charcoal, or an etching, it is the original, unique, directly created by the artist.
A modern printmaking process in which individual prints are produced on a special large-format printer in extremely high resolution, to give as exact as possible a reproduction of the precise colors and strokes of the original work. The giclée process offers the highest-quality reproduction available. Giclées may be printed on paper or on canvas. They are rarely produced in editions larger than a few hundred — each one printed individually.
A print made by the process of lithography, which was created in Europe over 200 years ago. A "mirror image" of the print is carefully created on a smooth limestone surface, which is then directly inked and transferred to high-quality paper under light pressure. For a color lithograph, this process is repeated for each of the four colors (red, yellow, blue, and black) that are overlaid to produce the varied spectrum of the final print.
A silk-screen printing process in which a stencil is used to mask areas of a fine mesh (at one time, silk; more recently, artificial fabrics); ink is then forced through the unmasked areas of mesh onto paper to make the final image. Each color used in the final image requires the silk-screener to make a separate screen, masked so as to allow only that particular color to print.
A poster created by an offset printing process (similar to book or magazine printing) on paper; sometimes called an offset lithograph. The quality of the print and of the paper vary; fine-art limited-edition prints on high-quality paper have been created using this process, and so have inexpensive decorative prints made in large quantities on lower-quality paper.
Signed, limited edition
A small number of identical prints produced under the artist's supervision; each print is numbered and hand-signed by the artist.
A print that the artist has individually enhanced by hand, adding detail and depth, and creating individual variation, making each print unique.
An artist's proof, an image made for the artist by the printer. APs are usually produced in smaller numbers than the general edition, are marked as APs, and may be signed and numbered as well. Because the number of APs is smaller and because the APs are "closer to the artist's hand," signed APs tend to be more valuable than the prints of a signed and numbered limited edition.
A printer's proof, created in small numbers and given to the printer by the artist in appreciation. These are typically signed by the artist.
The Grays Online website includes images of artworks licensed by Viscopy.
© The Artists/Licensed by Viscopy, 2016
Viscopy can be contacted by email at mail to:firstname.lastname@example.org