A Print of an Original Painting by Peter Taylor Ward entitled Weimar V. It is one of a number of his artworks inspired by German art and fashion of the 20s and 30s .
This print is part of a collection of work by Peter Taylor Ward influenced by German art of the 1920s. The between-the-wars years saw a huge cultural explosion in Germany and is known as the Weimar Republic period. During the era, the famous Bauhaus art school was founded and avant-garde cabaret clubs and street theatre became popular. The Cut Loose Art website features a number of these pieces as originals and framed or resin prints.
The artwork has been reproduced on an 8 colour printer using archival pigment inks on high quality archival, acid free, 100% cotton inkjet paper. The resulting giclée print is then framed in a sleek, black, wooden frame with a double mount.
The framed print comes with picture cord in place so no additional fixings required.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the print.
Dimentions 485mm x 385mm x 25mm