16x24 cm (A4) / 23x34 cm (A3)
Made in Budapest, 1992. Motive-gesture-drawing without predesigning, achieved with one energetic move.
Zoltán André: Pala Street
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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT PRINT, FRAME MATERIAL, QUALITY AND SIZE:
All artworks are available as printed reproductions on glossy and on matte paper as well as on canvas, with optional framing for paper prints. Canvas prints are only available in stretched form, without optional framing. All artworks are printed in Switzerland.
The pictures in the interior illustrations are purely indicative regarding their sizes, colours and materials. The colours displayed on the screen are not 100% identical to those of the prints due to technical reasons.
Paper matte: Fine Art Prints, printed on UV-protected 200 g/m 2 white photo paper.
Paper glossy: Fine Art Prints, printed on UV-protected 200 g/m 2 white photo paper.
Canvas: Printed on UV-protected 340 g/m 2 cotton canvas.
No frame: Paper glossy or paper matte print without frame.
Stretched canvas: Stretched over a frame of 20-mm thick wooden bars. The prints continue round the sides of the frame in the same colour as the pixels on the very edge of the picture itself. Handmade in Switzerland.
Solid wood: Solid birch-wood, 100% FSC, back panel is MDF/FSC, front protection is standard glass, passe-partout is paper,
sizes: A4, A3, A2, A1
Wood-fibre: Fibreboard, foil, front protection is standard glass, passe-partout is paper, sizes: A4, A3, A2, A1, colours: white, black, gray
Aluminium: Aluminium in silver, brushed, back panel is MDF/FSC, front protection is standard glass, passe-partout is paper,
sizes: A4, A3, A2, A1
Print without frame or canvas: The sizes shown under the pictures apply to the areas covered by ink during the printing process, in centimetres (e.g. 15x20 cm). The DIN sizes shown in brackets next to these indicate the closest, smallest printing paper size. Please choose this DIN paper size from the drop-down menu.
Print with frame: In this case the frame contains a sheet increased in size by a blank, ca. 5 cm wide, white band around the area covered by ink. This might often mean that framed pictures are one DIN paper size larger than the original ones.