EMANATIONS - Limited Edition Print

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EMANATIONS - Limited Edition Print

300.00

Print Dimensions: 39 in. x 30 in.

A "Twilight" artwork: The original painting of this print was used in the motion picture "TWILIGHT: Breaking Dawn" as set decor in the Cullen House, and is prominent in several scenes.

Text: The artist's name and title of the original painting appears printed beneath the image, centered in the black border.

Edition size: 100 (hand-numbered on the back of each print)

Shipping: The print will be shipped in a Jumbo Mailing Tube. Shipping costs not included in base price. If you would like to have the print shipped flat, please contact the artist.

Framing: Only unframed options at this time.

Print type: Lightjet Type-C

Lightjet prints are the industry standard for exhibition quality photographic printing, shown in galleries and museums around the world. A lightjet is a digitally exposed chromogenic print, like prints made in a darkroom except instead of using an enlarger, the lightjet uses lasers. The result is a print precision and quality unattainable by any other means.

Special Note: Use care when handling the print, as fingerprints can damage the image surface. It is recommended to promptly remove the print from its tube and store flat until ready to frame, and to have a professional framer handle the print.

Returns/Refunds: Allowed if the print arrives damaged, or if the print does not meet expectations, but NOT if the print shows signs of improper handling (see Special Note above)

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A high-quality print of the acrylic painting "Emanations" (original dimensions: 50 in. tall by 38 in. wide).

Twilight fans: This painting is visible in several scenes throughout Part One of Twilight: Breaking Dawn, and in the Extended Version of the film's Blu-Ray release, it is the painting Edward throws Jacob into in their brief fight in the living room. The original painting was undamaged, as a temporary print was made for the stunt.