Long Live the King

Long Live the King is a painting that references the merging of Spanish culture and the indigenous cultures of Central America. This was the inception of Mestizos and birth of Mexico. It was also Spain that introduced the image of death as a skeleton into the new world in the 16th century. This image of the skeleton was adopted into Mexican culture and is still venerated in their Day of the Dead celebrations.

Long Live the King is Painted with acrylic and enamel on a 6″x8″ birch panel and is in an ornate gold leaf frame, measuring 8″x10″ in total.

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Original Skeleton King 

Long Live the King is a painting that references the merging of Spanish culture and the indigenous cultures of Central America. This was the inception of Mestizos and birth of Mexico. It was also Spain that introduced the image of death as a skeleton into the new world in the 16th century. This image of the skeleton was adopted into Mexican culture and is still venerated in their Day of the Dead celebrations.

Long Live the King is Painted with acrylic and enamel on a 6″x8″ birch panel and is in an ornate gold leaf frame, measuring 8″x10″ in total.

Canvas Prints

These are hand-signed, ready to hang, high quality Giclee inkjet reproductions nearly as beautiful as the original work.  They are gallery wrapped around a 1.5″ stretcher bar frame, printed with archival pigment-based ink, and coated with a UV varnish that will extend the life of your art.  Please allow up to two weeks for your prints to be shipped from the time ordered.

Paper Prints

These are high resolution reproductions printed on glossy paper. Each print is wrapped in a clear sleeve and backed with a stiff foam board.  Paper prints have a white border and are ready to frame since they come in a standard frame size.

Purchase Options:
Original: $600
8″x10″ Giclee on Canvas: $245
8″×10″ Paper Print: $10
5 pack of 4″x6″ postcards: $5

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Original, Giclee Canvas Print 8×10, Paper Print 8×10, 5 Pack of Postcards

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