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“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall - $1,200

“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 1 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 2 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 3 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 4 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 5 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 6 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 7 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 8 thumbnail“An Untitled” triptych landscape print by Alaskan artist ByronBirdsall 9 thumbnail
“An Untitled” c.1981
triptych landscape print
(#439, 7/9/82)
by late Alaskan artist Byron Birdsall (American, 1937-2016)

They are signed, numbered (#98/500),
matted and framed triptych prints
(frames are nice gold metal frames with several scritches)
The frames measure
21.75" tall x 17.25” wide

These are one of the first early
Limited Edition Landscape Triptych prints c.1981 by well known acclaimed Alaskan artist Byron Birdsall in his famed watercolor style. Pencil signed on each print "Byron Birdsall 98/500"
Printed on heavy stock high quality paper, prints are in excellent condition

Will make a nice addition to your home!

“Byron Birdsall was one of Alaska’s most renowned artists. His paintings feature brilliant landscapes, as well as uniquely Alaskan images such as puffins, eagles, and fishing boats.
Birdsall had remarkable range, moving easily between portraits and landscapes, watercolor and oils. His paintings were often inspired by his international travels.”

“The watercolor paintings of Byron Birdsall are distillations of reality, scenes reduced to their basics with the integrity of the subject undiminished. In Birdsall's hands, light takes on a thousand forms, whether inspired by the relentless vertical rays of the East African coast, a hazy palpable dawn over Samoa, or the silent light of the winter Northland that illuminates but does not warm. It is the essential aspect of light that is at the heart of Birdsall's art. It is the life he gives this light that has cast him to the forefront of Alaska's art community and beyond.”

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