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Item No. 100177035

“Cool Warm” by Liz Roache

Price reduced from $425.00 to $297.50 30% off
3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100177035

“Cool Warm” by Liz Roache

Price reduced from $425.00 to $297.50 30% off

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  • Archival-quality print.
  • Acid-free paper.
  • Each poster is signed by the artist.
  • 46" H 28" W ⅛" D
Detailed Dimensions

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“Cool Warm” by Liz Roache
Price reduced from $425.00 to $297.50 30% off
Details

Details

These museum-quality prints are designed by artist Liz Roache, who trained and taught with Ati Gropius Johansen, daughter of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, for 30 years. Inspired by her Bauhaus background and meant to engage conversation, each focuses on one aspect of either color or design. In this print, color temperature is amplified by placing opposites next to each other. Signed by Roache. Frame not included.
  • Archival-quality print.
  • Acid-free paper.
  • Each poster is signed by the artist.
Brand
Liz Roache
Collection
Liz Roache Art Collection
General Dimensions
  • 46" H 28" W ⅛" D
Product Weight
0.5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

28 x 46

  • Height (in): 46
  • Width (in): 28
  • Depth (in): ⅛
  • Weight (lbs): 0.5
  • Acid-free archival paper

Liz Roache

For artist and art educator Liz Roache, color is optimism, a source of beauty, a medium for bold connections. “Color has the power to lift us up, make us happy, and change our moods,” says the Boston-based designer. Inspired by Josef Albers and the Bauhaus, her fine art prints celebrate her teachings by staging color interactions that provoke conversation and find unexpected resonances.

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