Original Giclées

Delta Rose Pastel

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Delta Rose

4 comments on “Original Giclées
  1. Jan Groneng says:

    Hi
    I absolutely LOVE this picture, I saw a similar one, or maybe it was this one, at a Buckhorn Art Show a number of years ago, and I have always regretted not buying it. Do you sell this picture anywhere in the Peterborough, Ontario area?

    Thank you for your time.

    Warmest regards

    Jan Groneng
    Peterborough, Ontario Canada

    • Admin says:

      Hey Jan,
      Is it the last drawing of Shoe Strings pencil original Giclee you like? they are rare as only 125 published.
      Can I help you out with one? We only have these ourselves due to the fact that it has original drawing in it. It is damaged too easy if it is outside of a frame. There is original chalk pastel that smudges with any suttle touch. I’m sure we can work something out. There isn’t alot to be had ya know, don’t take too much more time, to treat yourself. Call me at 1-800-567-3220

  2. DIANE says:

    I was gifted a Aunt Emily pencil sketch. This pic is in pencil and has many faces of her in the pic. Purchased in 1995 I have not been able to locate a picture of her on your site. You do have many pictures of her but none of the one i own, could you please send me some information about this wonderful piece of art i am proud to now call mine.

    • Admin says:

      Diane
      Yes Aunt Emily is on our website
      here is some of what I found when I typed “Aunt Emily” in the search field
      http://paulmurray.com/?s=aunt+emily&submit=Search

      There sat Aunt Emily (103) by the window in her favorite chair, like a queen on her throne… her royal cape over her shoulders.. the delicate light of dawn dancing over her face. “…her all knowing glimmer …the secrets she holds…her forever majesty!” We felt as though we were in the presence of a queen; when she spoke her stories spilled out like music in a song. She told us of days long past. Still, we were awed by the strength of her presence. After a while, we said good-bye unknowingly for the last time. Emily died short while later. Another legend lost.” PM

      Maxi paper giclee’
      open 9 x 10″ see U.S $ $55
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      There sat Aunt Emily (103) by the window in her favorite chair, like a queen on her throne… her royal cape over her shoulders.. the delicate light of dawn dancing over her face. “…her all knowing glimmer …the secrets she holds…her forever majesty!” We felt as though we were in the presence of a queen; when she spoke her stories spilled out like music in a song. She told us of days long past. Still, we were awed by the strength of her presence. After a while, we said good-bye unknowingly for the last time. Emily died short while later. Another legend lost.” PM

      Aunt Emily Detail from above
      Aunt Emily Detail from above

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      detail of above original pencil

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