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I created this exquisite original art signed by Ted Williams utilizing the pointillism method(also known as dot-art). This multi-imaged artwork depicts Williams in his prime and glorious years as a professional baseball player with the Red Sox. It is 20inx30in size and 26inx38in matted & framed. It is authenticated by Ted Williams Family Enterprises, James Spence Authentication and also by myself (the artist). The signature is also notarized by Constance Aldridge, Notary Public. It is truly an exquisite collectors item. Along with this original, is a 3-picture set of Williams signing it.
The frame is a black box frame which is 1.5in depth. The matting is a gray foam core which gives the artwork a depth perception. The 3-picture frame is framed with a black frame and gray matting. Each frame is hinted with a red line around the perimeter.
Pointillism (also known as Dot-Art) is an art technique related to the historical school of (pointillism) that was pioneered in the late 19th century by french artist Georges Pierre Suerat. Pointillism is a painstakingly slow process of drawing, as hundreds of thousands of dots must be applied in order to create the imagery. Mastering this technique requires extreme skill, patience and expertise. There is no shading in the drawing, therefore, the illusion of grays are made up of varying densities (layers) of dots. Additional photos available. 781-308-3177
August 25th, 2009
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