James Rizzi 05.10.1950 New York - 26.12.2011 New York. "Baseball like it ought to be". Hand signed, dated and numbered 31/250. (30.4 x 22.8 cm).Frame size: 20" x 16 5/8" in. Very good to good condition, comes with FREE used frame, slight scuff marks on frame. Please consider the Photo's of the actual Artwork as part of the description. Please note that there sometimes can be a slight color variation from Photo to actual art work.
James Rizzi studied Fine Arts at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. He came up with the idea of 3D multiples now mostly associated with his name when, having taken classes in painting, printmaking and sculpturing, he had to hand in grade work for all three subjects, but only had time for doing one.
So he created an etching, printed it twice, handcolored it, and mounted parts of the one print on top of the other, using wire as a means of adding depth. Having received good grades from all three teachers, he stuck with the idea and developed it further. Later, he married Gaby Hamill, a fashion designer.James Rizzi never had any children of his own, but has a goddaughter Georgia Rae Pai Foster, daughter of Emrie Brooke Foster. Rizzi was most famous for his 3D artwork, especially the large, elaborate prints and teeming anthropomorphic cityscapes. His latest paintings combine his Picasso meets Hanna-Barbera drawing style with an increasingly chromatic palette and a complex graphic structure that simultaneously evokes cubism and the most sophisticated Amerindian friezes. We understand that things can happen and if for some reason, you need more time... Just write so that we can work it out for you. If you invoice shows something else, please wait for revised invoice before paying! The item "James Rizzi Baseball like it ought to be 1987 3-D Serigraph Pop Art framed" is in sale since Saturday, November 11, 2017. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "dreamgalerie" and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.