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"Cap Martin 1987" by Thomas Frederick McKnight - Huge Framed Limited Edition Serigraph $2,200
Cap Martin 1987 Limited Edition Print by Thomas Frederick McKnight
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Thomas Frederick McKnight

"Cap Martin 1987"

1987
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Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Glass : Thick 5 Frame With Rose-Gold Color
Purchased from : Gallery 1998
Provenance / History : Regency Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
Story / Additional Info : Thomas McKnight is an American artist. In the 1970s, McKnight began to focus on painting after a short stint in the military and an eight year career with Time magazine. During the 1980s, McKnight's serigraph prints became increasingly popular. He was commissioned by the Clinton White House in the 1990s to paint the first three images for the official Christmas card. McKnight's work can be found in the Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as the Smithsonian Institute.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 137982
Thomas Frederick McKnight - United States

Art Brokerage: Thomas McKnight American Artist: Thomas Frederick McKnight's paintings, serigraphs and posters, phenomenally popular with the public, have placed McKnight in an elite group of contemporary artists whose work can be instantly recognizable as his own. Be it a carnival in Venice, a sundrenched street in Greece, a cozy well furnished room, a tropical beach or a mythological scene, McKnight's images invite you to experience the unfettered joy of living. "I try to integrate what is real about a place or thing with its underlying truth its invisible soul, muses the artist. In the process I try to create a symbolic reality that can serve as a catalyst for emotions, nostalgia, joy, the sadness of time passing. According to noted New York Times critic Gene Thornton, McKnight's work presents visions of earthly happiness that are almost celestial. It is the vision of earthly paradise that exists in the here and now. Thomas McKnight's pictures remind us of how good life can be in those rare moments when all is well in the world." Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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