David Barnett (American, b. 1946)
Amaryllis (AP I/XXV), 2003
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Archival inkjet print
22 x 16 in
"Amaryllis" is an original fine art photography giclee print by David Barnett, signed and numbered beneath the image on the right and left, respectively. It is a still-life of a flower arrangement. Amaryllis flowers rise up in the center. A cluster of small pink flowers sits on a black disk below, decorated with dried bamboo. The flowers cast a shadow on the white background, creating a ghostly second image. Edition: AP I/XXV Art size: 22" x 16" Frame size: 32 1/4 x 26 1/4 Framed to conservation standards in a 100% rag matting and housed in a contemporary moulding with a distressed gold finish. David Barnett, an artist, collector, appraiser and gallerist has been passionate about art from the early age of five. David’s career as an art dealer began at age nineteen when, as a fine arts student, he sponsored an exhibition of work by fellow student artists. In 1966, he opened his first gallery in a converted basement apartment at Wisconsin Avenue and 21st Street. In 1985 David moved his gallery from Wisconsin Avenue into the Old Button Mansion on State Street and has been active ever since. David’s talents for recognizing undervalued artists and for meeting the needs of art lovers, art collectors and artists have created a vibrant, flourishing gallery and collection of over 6,000 works of art.