1959 Cadillac El Dorado Limited Edition Fine Art Print LE 25 Pcs worldwide
Size 28"x 40"
Giclée is a type of fine arts print. The word is pronounced “zhee’clay” and it comes from the french term “gicleur,” which means “to spray.”
This process produces an extremely high-resolution 2-D art replicas
Quote from Artist: "Oh, how I LOVE painting chrome. This lovely lady was photographed along with my
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air at the Mechum Auction in Austin. Photographing vehicles under bright lights in a
well lit building is a real challenge. However, this does pose a chance to push myself in different areas
Growing up, my father always drove a Cadillac. Many Cadillac Seville and Sevan de Ville were part of our
family during the 1970s-1980s. Even to this day, my father owns a utilitarian truck as his daily driver, but
has a Cadillac Seville for his luxury weekend drives.
When it comes to Cadillac, I’m a fan of the 1940s-1950s models. So much chrome to take in. I’m drawn
into their radiated reflections and could get completely lost in them. This 1959 beauty grabbed me with her
light blue/blueberry body, tail lights that go forever, and the mesmerizing chrome. I knew she would make
a great painting one day."
Limited edition giclée print is unframed, reproduced on 230 gsm premium archival matte paper Edition size:25 For international deliveries, the buyer is responsible for any import taxes/fees. The artist represents that this edition is limited to 25. No further giclée prints of the original will be made of this size. The artist retains the sole copyright of the original painting. Any unauthorized reproduction is in violation of U.S. copyright law without prior written consent of the artist. This limited edition giclee print will be signed, dated, numbered, and shipped in a rigid tube with a Letter of Authenticity
Artwork is always a special order, drop shipped from the artist and can not be returned