This is a spectacular very large Glen Orbik, Ltd Ed Print 3/150,’The Blackmailer’ Signed & Titled With Certificate Of Authenticity To The Verso Together With Gallery Label, Signature To The Lower Corner Of The Print And To The Mount With The Title And Limited Edition Number Clearly Seen, Mounted Under Glass And Framed. A 1981 graduate of Douglas High School, Minden, Nevada, he studied at the California Art Institute under the renowned movie and advertisement illustrator Fred Fixler. He created book covers for famous authors such as Stephen King, George Axelrod and Ray Bradbury to name just a few, also designed comic book art and movie posters such as Batman, Spider-Man, Superman and Hulk movies, receiving many awards and accolades during his career. Sadly he passed away at the age of 52years, his work now being highly sought after and collectable. This eye-catching large limited edition depicts a young female reclining based on the cover of the author George Axelrods’ novel’The Blackmailer’ is in bold shades of red, black, grey and skin tones with hints of white, green and maroon. The print measures 85.5cm x 59.5cm double mounted and secure under glass within a stepped black frame with an inner metallic effect mount. The frame measures 121.5cm x 99.5cm with a depth of 5.5cm. Total weight is 11.3kgs. A cord is attached to the verso ready for displaying. The limited edition print is in excellent condion with no defects or colour loss, the glass is intact with no cracks or chips, the frame has no significant issues. A very desirable Signed, Glen Orbik, Limited Edition Print 3/150 with Certificate of Authenticity (COA) that would enhance a stylish home with nostalgia, colour, and taste. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “belli.eilee” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
- Artist: Glen Orbik
- Type: Limited Edition Print
- Signed: Yes
- Features: Limited Edition, Signed, Framed With COA
- Certificate of Authenticity (COA): Yes
- Framing: Framed
- Subject: Contemporary Art