Exhibition at T. West & NYC: 'FLW - Timeless'

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DavidC
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Exhibition at T. West & NYC: 'FLW - Timeless'

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Matt2
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Post by Matt2 »

I'd buy one of those prints. Curious why some seem to bear the Foundation copyright.

Roderick Grant
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If you want a print, the price of which would go toward restoration of Hollyhock House, you might try contacting them about the Bruce Tunis limited edition of an image of the courtyard stairs to see if they have any left. There were only 100 printed, and I don't know how ambitiously they were advertised for sale, but they might have some left over.

Stan, do you know anything about this?

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Post by SREcklund »

Roderick Grant wrote:Stan, do you know anything about this?
First I've heard of it - how long ago were these prints created?
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UpOnGoblinHill
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Post by UpOnGoblinHill »

I follow the illustrator Nico Delort, who was commissioned to illustrate the Blue Sky Mausoleum in Buffalo for this show. He was posting Works In Progress of the work only two or so weeks ago, so I would guess most of these are recently made! They're all wonderful! Especially that print of Taliesin.

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I'm fond of the stars-and-fireflies Taliesin image.

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chen1947
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Post by chen1947 »

Some print will be available to purchase online through Spoke Art, once the show closes. The Taliesin print is on eBay right now.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Thanks. There's only one copy of each print ?

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chen1947
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Post by chen1947 »

I believe there is about 200 of each print. Some might have more - some might have less. Their limits runs either way.

Here is the one on eBay..

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rory-Kurtz-Tal ... 3803719426

Im going to wait and see what comes available through Spoke.

DavidC
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Post by DavidC »

Here's a print of the Palmer House that I hadn't seen before.


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Post by chen1947 »

They went for sale yesterday on the Spoke website.

https://spoke-art.com/collections/frank ... 732e053735

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The Hollyhock House poster is just, plain weird.

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