‘Clio – Moon’ Embellish Giclée Appraise $2,535!
Location15411 SW 14th Avenue Rd Ocala, Florida34473
- Listed: May 24, 2023 8:01 pm
Peter Nixon’s ‘Clio – Moon’ is a Heavily(!) Hand-Embellished, Hand-Signed (lower right in gold) Giclée on Canvas from an Edition of 337/595. It is Framed by Park West Gallery. This piece is in literally Perfect Condition, as it has Never been hung. You will be the first!
If you’re looking for a true ‘deal’ on one of his paintings, this is the one. Purchase this from eBay ($1,700) or from Art Brokerage ($1,500) or save at least $1,105 here! This piece comes with a Park West Certificate of Authenticity AND a Park West Gallery Appraisal of $2,535!
Title: ‘Clio – Moon’
Medium: Heavily Hand-Embellished Giclée on Canvas
Artist: Peter Nixon (Hand-Signed in Ink)
Registration Number: 311050.0259
Certificate of Authenticity from Park West Gallery
Size Unframed: 23-13/16″ x 14-1/16″
Size Framed: 35-1/2″ x 23-1/2″
Condition: Perfect! Never Hung!
Appraised: $2,535 as of 4/21/2023 (Park West)
Framed: Park West Gallery
The last two pictures are those of Peter Nixon’s ‘Calliope – Mercury’, another Heavily Embellished(!) Giclée on Canvas, Signed Appraised $2,535! If interested, contact me. I’m willing to give you a special price if purchasing both pieces!
In Greek Mythology, there were nine Muses who were the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory. They were the source of knowledge, the guardians of the arts and goddesses of inspiration, each specializing in a respective genre. They also each had a planet and instruments or emblems replated to them. Calliope holds a ship evoking stories of epic voyages such as Homer’s Odyssey.
If you’ve ever seen one of Nixon’s paintings, you’ll know he is meticulous and amazingly creative. His work is extremely well received by collectors the world over in all of its forms, whether figurative, still life, or a combination of representational and abstract elements combined. Today he is widely exhibited in cities in the United States, Europe and throughout the world.
(At the base of the painting is a silhouette self-portrait in a Rembrandt hat; this started as a visual joke hidden some of the paintings, but due to popular demand it is now in all paintings.)