Chrysler Building
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Chrysler Building

Price
£850
Prints medium: Digital print

Unframed

Edition of 25 (5 available)

Gallery: Wychwood Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
Chrysler Building By Michael Wallner [2019]limited_editionBrushed aluminiumEdition number 25Image size: H:91 cm x W:61 cmComplete Size of Unframed Work: H:91 cm x W:61 cm x D:0.3cmSold UnframedPlease note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may lookThe Chrysler Building - the beautiful 1930’S Art Deco masterpiece and probably my favourite building in Manhattan (alongside Grand Central Station). Its repeated patterns, glimmering steel exterior and gorgeous fan-like spire make it the perfect subject for my art. This piece was created from an original photograph, digitally coloured by hand, and printed on a slim sheet of brushed aluminium. This give the image an etched appearance which brings out the Chrysler’s detail and contrasts strongly with the vivid blue sky. The Chrysler Building is made to order. It can usually be created and delivered in around two weeks. An aluminium subframe on the back makes it incredibly easy to hang

Specification

Medium Digital print
Support Aluminium
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Contemporary
Original or Edition? Edition of 25
Certificate of Authenticity No
Year created 2019
Artwork Dimensions: 91 X 61 X 0.3 X cm

About Michael Wallner

Michael specialises in aluminum and reclaimed wood prints as well as neon and LED installations.


He spent more than twenty years in the media industry working on entertainment programs, talk shows, documentaries, and a children’s novel. However creating original and innovative art is his true passion, and he now works out of Wimbledon Art Studios in South London as a full-time artist.


In recent years he has moved into more ambitious work – digitally manipulating his own photographs to produce unusual art and installations using a variety of surfaces and mediums. His latest work celebrates the beauty of the city through the shapes and outlines that define its landmarks and character.