Porterhouse Fine Art Editions will be offering a new limited edition lithographic poster on Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 8:00 am PDT. "Incarnation" is one of the new paintings from Mark Ryden's "The Gay Nineties Show," which opens Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York, NY. [ view exhibition information ]
The poster is printed on heavyweight paper, signed and numbered, and is embossed with the Porterhouse seal in the lower right-hand corner. This poster comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Sales of this poster will be limited to one per person and/or address. This poster is available unframed only. The poster will only be available through our online store at www.porterhouseart.com. The "Incarnation" poster will be released on Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 8:00 am PDT.
I want this really bad...although that error would bug me everytime I looked at it, too. I have been working now as a proof reader for a long time (in German, just in case you wonder) so I should be glad that people cannot spell properly, but actually it sucks.
Well, that is an interesting concept. When the galleries sell the artwork everyone knows that a company is going to make a profit to pay for overhead. But what do you think of the collectors that buy the artwork or prints only to resell them at a profit?
Post by pricklypete on Apr 2, 2010 13:11:45 GMT -8
Ultimately I guess if that's what you're into it for that's your choice. if you're on top of it enough to score a piece and want to resell it, of course no one is gonna pass it along to a total stranger for nothing. I'm just saying 500% after one day seems excessive.