"Stars and Stripes Forever" 1972

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"Stars and Stripes Forever" 1972

150.00

The subject of this work by Robert Edward Weaver (REW) is a nostalgic look at the demise of a carousel, and the eternal endurance of the national emblem of the United States of America as it flies defiantly over the hulk of a forgotten amusement. In 1966 REW’s work Lost Parade began the artist’s series of visual narratives of the decay of the traveling circus. His compositions often incorporate displaced figures from the great wooden circus wagons that he remembered as a boy growing up in Peru, Indiana, home of the American Circus Corporation. The original work was part of the Senger collection of REW artworks. The original painting won the Jury Prize of Distinction at the 49th Annual Hoosier Salon in 1973. It was also exhibited at the artist’s solo exhibition at the Indiana State Museum from September 25, 1977 to February 15, 1978. This Giclee print image measures 20x16 inches with a 2 inch border to facilitate framing and matting. The print is marked on there reverse side with the R. Weaver estate stamp for authentication. (click on thumbnail to see the full image)

What is a Giclee print? Please watch this very informative video. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWszUvTezRQ

Each limited edition Giclee print is printed on Canson Printmaking Rag, 310gsm, 100% cotton.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW_iwZGA0dg

Prints are produced by R. J. Phil, Fine Art Photography

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