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Moser Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Illuminations 1986

Moser
Illuminations – 1986
Print – Serigraph with Gold Foil Stamping   42” x 30”
Edition: edition size of 7/300, signed & numbered in pencil

Unframed in Very Good Condition

Moser was a popular New York City artist of the 1980s decade, a time when Art Deco and strong graphic style were emergent in popular art and culture. Moser called his concept “New Heroicism” – a modern interpretation drawn from the Art Deco, Mannerist, pre-Raphaelite and Romanic periods of Art. Greek, Roman and Egyptian mythological elements also inform and influence Moser’s work.

Moser’s distinctive illustrations were featured in such major magazines and publications as Vogue, GQ, and Manhattan Catalogue.

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Moser was a popular New York City artist of the 1980s decade, a time when Art Deco and strong graphic style were emergent in popular art and culture. Moser called his concept “New Heroicism” – a modern interpretation drawn from the Art Deco, Mannerist, pre-Raphaelite and Romanic periods of Art. Greek, Roman and Egyptian mythological elements also inform and influence Moser’s work.

Moser’s distinctive illustrations were featured in such major magazines and publications as Vogue, GQ, and Manhattan Catalogue.

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 44 × 5 × 4 in
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Signed

Signed

Style

Date of Creation

Artist Name

Moser

Certificate of Authenticity

yes

Edition Size

7/300

Edition Type

Serigraph

Framing

Item height

42

Item Length

30

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Moser Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Illuminations 1986

Moser Illuminations - 1986 Print - Serigraph with Gold Foil Stamping   42'' x 30'' Edition: edition size of 7/300, signed & numbered in pencil Unframed in Very Good Condition Moser was a popular New York City artist of the 1980s decade, a time when Art Deco and strong graphic style were emergent in popular art and culture. Moser called his concept "New Heroicism" - a modern interpretation drawn from the Art Deco, Mannerist, pre-Raphaelite and Romanic periods of Art. Greek, Roman and Egyptian mythological elements also inform and influence Moser's work. Moser's distinctive illustrations were featured in such major magazines and publications as Vogue, GQ, and Manhattan Catalogue.

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