Double Time

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Double Time
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    Double Time

    Double Time showcases the color and momentum that has become a marquee aspect of Chihuly’s Work on Paper.

    Using the lithography process, metallic blue, gold, and black are overlaid across a brushed red intaglio background. Several applications of turquoise and green handwork are added to the interior of the Basket drawing as well as a striking lime green lip wrap. Double Time is signed by Dale Chihuly in a bright gold acrylic paint.

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    Type Print
    Year 2016 and Older
    Quantity Dropdown Value Use General Configuration
    Color Green, Red
    Methods Lithographs, Intaglio

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    Due to the number of prints remaining in this edition, it is only available framed.

    Five-color intaglio/lithograph with handwork
    37”H x 25”W
    Edition of 160; signed in paint and numbered in pencil
    Printed in 2013 by Mahaffey Fine Art, Portland LLC, OR

    All Chihuly Fine Art Prints are signed by Chihuly and numbered. Prints with handwork are created by drawing with paint onto existing prints after they are pulled from the press.

    Please allow 2 to 3 days for order processing. Additional time may be needed based on the availability of framed or unframed prints.

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    Frame Option

    Natural maple wood, flat profile frame with clear lacquer finish, ¾" wide and 2" deep. Prints are framed with plexiglass and floated with a 1½" warm white border.

    Additional Insights

    Chihuly began his Baskets series early in his career after seeing a collection of Northwest Coast Indian baskets at Tacoma’s Washington State History Museum. The baskets had begun to collapse from age, displaying waves and ripples along the upper edge of their forms. This asymmetrical rippling, along with the fragility of Northwest Coast Indian baskets, became central components in Chihuly’s development of his glass Baskets series, which has become more and more vibrant over time.

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