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The Art 101 Museum Collection
The Art 101 Museum Collection

The Greenwich Workshop, Inc. is pleased to announce a new division of fine art editions, The Art 101 Museum Collection, which will feature jewels from art museums and galleries around the world. These editions will be made from only the best digital captures of each masterpiece and will be crafted in our studio here in Connecticut.

We launch The Art 101 Museum Collection with two Fine Art Editions made from paintings found in the Yale University Art Gallery whose mission is “to encourage appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society through direct engagement with original works of art.”  Unlike other reproductions in the market, these Greenwich Workshop editions are created with access to the original paintings at the Yale University Art Gallery.

Virgin and Child with Music-Making Angels" by Anthony van Dyck

Virgin and Child with Music-Making Angels
by Anthony van Dyck, Flemmish, 1630

Anthony van Dyck was the most important Flemish painter of the 17th century after his teacher, Peter Paul Rubens, the most famous Flemish Baroque painter. Van Dyck was also influenced Italian artists and Virgin and Child with Music-Making Angels was painted after van Dyck worked in Italy for seven years.

Van Dyck painted a total of 99 paintings, 72 of which were portraits, and he is now best remembered for his depictions of Charles I and his court, which set a new standard for English portraiture and influenced later artists for centuries.

The original oil painting is 64 3/8" high x 53½" wide, and, other than the difference in size, the Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Edition, at 16"w x 19"h, is a spectacular reproduction of this masterpiece.

Open Edition
Fine Art Giclèe Canvases
16"w x 19"h. $125



"Recess" by Peter Parnall

The Temptation of Saint Anthony Abbot
by Artist known as Master of the Osservanza,
Italian (Siena) approximately 1435-40

One of the most admired narrative series in fifteenth-century Sienese painting comprises eight panels illustrating the legend of Saint Anthony Abbot, generally attributed to an anonymous artist known only as the Master of the Osservanza. Originally part of an altarpiece or large tabernacle, the series includes works now divided among museums in New York, Washington, D.C. , Berlin and New Haven (Yale). In this panel, Saint Anthony, retiring to a life of abstinence and isolation, is beset with temptations of the flesh. The wings of the seductress at the right identify her as a dissembling devil.

The original painting, at 14 1/2" high x 15 1/4" wide, was painted with tempera on panel. The faithful Greenwich Workshop reproduction is on canvas, stretched and ready for framing.

Open Edition
Fine Art Giclèe Canvases
13"w x 12"h. $70



 

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