House and Boy (1975) Self-portrait at Beach Road South Auckland New Zealand
"This is a picture of me and my pedal car in front of the first house that my father Jim built for the family. It was the first suburban house painting I did. It is the same house from a different angle that is in the painting House at Beach Road."
Hand signed artist print.
Title: House and Boy
Artist: Chris O'Doherty aka Reg Mombassa
Edition Size: 100
Paper Dimensions: 570 x 475mm
Image Dimensions: 475 x 360mm
Medium: giclée - archival pigment ink on 270gsm cotton rag
Publisher: Reg Mombassa Studio
A collection of authorised limited edition giclée prints published by Reg Mombassa Studio. Printed using archival pigment inks on fine art cotton rag, each edition is the result of a meticulous process that takes place under Reg’s watchful eye. He is personally responsible for the curation and imaging of the original works, and personally proofs and signs every print. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is individually recorded in the studio print register.
Reg Mombassa Studio
giclée print using archival quality ultrachrome pigment based K3 inks
100% cotton rag 270gsm archival fine art paper
OBA-free, acid-free, lignin free
all prints vary slightly, but are approximately A2 in size. print and image sizes for most prints are included on the description pages. contact us if you require dimensions for a specific print which are not shown.
fine art prints should be interleaved and stored carefully to prevent scratching. fine art ink and print surfaces are more delicate than conventional RC inkjet prints and should be handled with care.
each print edition is signed by Reg on the bottom right side of the print just below the image. he writes the title of the print in the centre, within inverse commas, and marks the edition number on the left side. all prints are recorded in the studio print register at the time of publication, and a certificate of authenticity with the Reg Mombassa Studio seal is issued with each edition.
type: box frame in black, white, or natural oak
materials: wood frames with acrylic glazing