Jan Cremer - Three tulips Nr.2 - Sold

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  • Description
  • Jan Cremer (1940)
Type of artworkPrints (signed)
Year1992
TechniqueSilkscreen
SupportPaper
StyleExpressionist
SubjectFlowers and Plants
FramedNot framed
Dimensions90 x 63 cm (h x w)
SignedHand signed
Translated with Google Translate. Original text show .
Colorful screen print of the savage Jan Cremer. In very good condition. The stated size is the paper size, printed part approx. 76 x 56 cm. Signed and numbered. Described on page 167 of Jan Cremer's graph book. You can view the work in advance in the treasury of the Rotor gallery in Gorinchem or pick it up after purchase. The work can also be sent via registered mail. Or temporarily stored for free until further notice.
We can also take care of your framing in the meantime.
Condition
ConditionMint condition
Shipment
Pick up The work can be picked up on location. As a buyer you must bring your own packaging materials. The location is: Gorinchem, The Netherlands
ShipmentParcel post
PriceUp to 2 kg.
Within The Netherlands €11.00
To Belgium €17.50
To Germany €17.50
Within EU €17.50

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Pick upYes, possible
LocationGorinchem,  The Netherlands
Auction details
Start time15-11-2023 at 14:30
End time29-2-2024 at 14:11
Bids (1)
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