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Renovation Acrylic Print featuring the drawing Contractor Examining A Blueprint And Speaking by Robert Leighton

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Contractor Examining A Blueprint And Speaking Acrylic Print

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$84.00

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Contractor Examining A Blueprint And Speaking acrylic print by Robert Leighton.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Publication: New Yorker... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Comments (19)

Sama Majidian

Sama Majidian

congratulations

Piter Van Moort

Piter Van Moort

Congratulations on your sale!

Gull G

Gull G

Art provides an opportunity for kaleidoscopic thinking. Each time we shift the lens of our perceptions, we gain new perspectives — and new opportunities for innovation.💖❣️💖 CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR RECENT SALE OF A WONDERFUL WORK!

Masha Batkova

Masha Batkova

Congratulations on your sale!

Irina Sztukowski

Irina Sztukowski

Congratulations on your successful sale!

Vivian Aaron

Vivian Aaron

Hilarious, love it, congratulations on sale!

Min fen Zhu

Min fen Zhu

congratulations

Frozen in Time Fine Art Photography

Frozen in Time Fine Art Photography

Very funny and yet still somehow realistic. Congrats on a well deserved sale!

Jeff Brassard

Jeff Brassard

Great job! keep up the good work!

Billy Knight

Billy Knight

Love this image! I laughed myself silly.

Gary F Richards

Gary F Richards

Congratulations on your sale of this wonderful artwork! Fl

Sunil Kapadia

Sunil Kapadia

Congratulations!

Angie Michael

Angie Michael

Perfect for a contractor to hang in his office - love this !!!!! OVER BUDGET lmaooo

Cathy Lindsey

Cathy Lindsey

Nice! Congratulations!

Kip DeVore

Kip DeVore

Well, at least they have a clear picture.

Maria Woithofer

Maria Woithofer

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Sunil Kapadia

Sunil Kapadia

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Maria Woithofer

Maria Woithofer

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Maria Woithofer

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About Acrylic Prints

Acrylic Print with Mounting Posts

Mounting Option #1

Acrylic Print with Hanging Wire

Mounting Option #2

Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print.   Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic.

The image is the art - it doesn't get any cleaner than that!

All acrylic prints ship within 3 - 4 business days and arrive "ready to hang" with four aluminum mounting posts (Option #1) or hanging wire (Option #2).

The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

There are two different ways to mount your acrylic print.

Option #1 (Mounting Posts) - Attach your print to your wall with four aluminum mounting posts.   The cylindrical cap of each mounting post can be removed, allowing you to thread a small screw along the center axis of the of post and into the wall.   When you're finished, simply reattached each cap, and you're done.   The mounting posts act as stand-offs and keep your print separated from the wall by 1".   All of the required mounting hardware (i.e. posts, screws, and wall anchors) is included with your print.   Click here for mounting details.

Option #2 (Hanging Wire) - With this option, your acrylic print is attached to a 1/4" thick black board which has a wooden frame and hanging wire attached to the back.   There are no metal mounting posts at the corners.   Simply put a nail in your wall, hang your print from the hanging wire, and you're done.   Due to the thickness of the black board and mounting frame, your print is separated from the wall by 1.50"   Click here for mounting details.

Acrylic Print Reviews (1968)

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Patrick San Jose

February 29th, 2024

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Dear Regina Alleman , I am writing to express my deep appreciation for the two extraordinary paintings that recently found a home in my heart. Your talent and creativity have left an indelible mark on me, and I feel compelled to convey my sincere gratitude for the beauty and emotion Your art evokes. The first painting, featuring the enchanting bridge, is a masterpiece that transcends on the canvas. The way you have captured the play of light and shadow, the intricacies of the architecture, and the overall ambiance is truly captivating. Each time I gaze upon it, I find myself transported to a serene and contemplative space, appreciating the nuanced details that make it a work of profound artistry.

Patrick San Jose

February 29th, 2024

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Equally enchanting is the second painting, which beautifully portrays the intricacies of tree barks. Your keen eye for detail and skillful technique shine through, creating a visual symphony that celebrates the often overlooked wonders of nature. The textures and colors you've chosen bring the essence of the natural world to life in a way that is both authentic and awe-inspiring. I feel incredibly fortunate to have these pieces in my home, where they serve as constant reminders of the power of artistic expression. Your ability to convey emotion and tell a story through your art is truly commendable. It is evident that each artwork is infused with passion and a deep connection to your craft. Thank you, Miss/Mrs Alleman , for sharing your remarkable talent with the world. Your paintings have brought immense joy and inspiration into my life, and I am grateful to be a witness to the beauty you create. I look forward to following your artistic journey and, adding more of your incredible pieces to my collection in the future. With sincere admiration, Patrick SJ from the Netherlands

Steven Guest

February 24th, 2024

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Outstanding photo. Proud to hang in living room.

Steve Lindlow

February 16th, 2024

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Beautiful work. Extremely pleased with the result

Amy Parker

February 9th, 2024

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Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. Once getting the artwork out of the box, I noticed that one corner had been chipped. I can only assume that it happened during shipping. I decided not to return it because it's not that noticeable. I love the art! Thank you.

Artist's Description

Publication: New Yorker

Image Type: Cartoon

Date: February 14th, 2011

Caption: "Worst-case scenario? The renovation goes three years and two million dollars over budget, one of you bludgeons me to death with my own hammer, and you both get the electric chair."

Description: Contractor examining a blueprint and speaking with a couple in the middle of their partly-constructed home.

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All acrylic prints ship from our production facility within 3 - 4 business days of your order.

 

$84.00

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