Huge framed print of Reeves & Mortimer, copy of The Ambassadors, 66 satirical
Totally unique, a HUGE framed print on canvas of Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, posed in a copy of a painting that hangs in The National Gallery - The Ambassadors, painted in 1533 by Hans Holbein the Younger. We are including a photocopy of details of the original painting, and a small copy of it. Possibly originally commissioned for a bar or comedy club, the picture is HUGE at 66" wide, 63" tall and 6 deep, and to the best of our knowledge is a complete one off. It's a print, on canvas, stretched on a wooden frame, with a (quite lightweight) moulded plastic antique style gilded frame. The frame has had some damage and some repairs, please see photos, but they are not that noticeable. The picture itself is in excellent condition. The whole thing weighs in at 27kg. Viewing/collection welcome - we are two minutes from junction 26 M62 (West Yorkshire), or we can deliver within the Yorkshire/Lancashire area - please send your postcode for a quote. You are, of course, welcome to source your own courier, maybe via the shiply website, where you can post your specific requirements. The item "Huge framed print of Reeves & Mortimer, copy of The Ambassadors, 66 satirical" is in sale since Wednesday, April 22, 2020.
This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "anniesbarn" and is located in Bradford, West Yorkshire. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
- Features: Framed
- Width (Inches): 66
- Subject: satire, Reeves & Mortimer
- Originality: Limited Edition Print
- Height (Inches): 63