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Finding Fish

A Hand-Tinted Original Stone Lithograph by James C. Christensen

Elegant and captivating are the two hallmarks you should expect of any James Christensen Hand-Tinted
Original Stone Lithograph. Finding Fish is an excellent companion to Christensen’s When Faeries Talk
with Fishes
(Sold Out at Publisher). In James’ visual vocabulary, a floating fish connotes the presence of
“magic,” the type of which he leaves for you to define. Stone lithography is considered an original art
form because the image itself is created on the stone before the lithograph is made. Each lithograph of
Finding Fish will be hand-colored by the ubiquitous Magic Fish Studio so each will be slightly different and completely unique.

Greenwich Workshop Original Fine Art Hand Tinted Stone Lithograph:
limited to 150 s/n.
12”w x 16”h.
$775 | $985 CDN | £495 + VAT
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by James C. Christensen

23-Karat Gold Leaf, hand applied by James C. Christensen’s own Magic Fish Studio, completes the Masterwork™ Canvas of this stunning exploration of the texture, surface and richness of paint. Named for the artist’s newest grandchild, Cecelia, this angel will grace any setting with a sense of delicacy and wonder.This large, vertical canvas is heaven sent for that unique vertical space in your home. The Limited Edition Print is Foil-Enhanced so that it, too, replicates the radiant “halo” effect of Christensen’s original painting. Each edition represents Greenwich Workshop Fine Art at its finest.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclee Canvas with 23-karat Gold Leaf:
limited to 250 s/n.
15"w x 45"h (unstretched).
$995 | $1265 CDN | £635 + VAT
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Foil-Enhanced Print:
limited to 350 s/n.
8 5/8"w x 26 1/8"h.
$195 | $245 CDN | £125 + VAT
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Madonna with Two Angels
by James C. Christensen

Behold the latest offering from James C. Christensen's Saints and Angels collection, a series of paintings that he attributes to his alter-ego, an obscure Flemish painter known as The Master of the Enoch Altarpiece.The subject of Madonna with Two Angels is Mary, mother of Jesus, flanked by angels.This devotional piece would have hung in a private home to inspire prayer. Perhaps it was part of a family's altar.This limited edition is framed to match the stunning beauty of the original framed art.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclee Canvas Mounted on Archival Museum Board:
limited to 375 s/n. 223.4"w x 65.8"h.
Framing included: $595 | $755 CDN | £355 + VAT
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