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Bryan Larsen, New Print Release

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Quent Cordair Fine Art is pleased to announce the release of Bryan Larsen's Self Absolution of the Titan as a limited-edition giclee print on canvas. Only 95 signed and numbered reproductions of this highly sought after painting will be produced. You can reserve yours today by contacting the gallery at [email protected] or by calling us toll free at 1-866-267-3247. You can also contact us via our on-line chat button found on nearly all of our web pages.

Let us know if interest-free payments will make it easier for you to purchase the art. We'll be happy to assist you acquire the art that you love and deserve to own. :D

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Oh wow... Just saw this new painting by Bryan Larsen:

Monna Vanna

The woman has unique beauty: She is proud, with some gentle/fragile elements. And the stars in the background just add to the feeling of isolation and emphasizes how the world is such a beautiful background for human beauty.

The way she holds the fabric to her chest and the angle of her shoulder show both pride; like she is unreachable; something to earn and achieve. And also, from the ease of this pose; that she takes this fact for granted.

[Technically, the colors look a bit unreal for a human (the texture looks a bit like plastic in the face area), but for me this is minor, compared to the rest.]

Love it.

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Oh wow... Just saw this new painting by Bryan Larsen:

Monna Vanna

I was excited about it when I first saw it too! I saw it on the cover of the Monna Vanna playbill at the play that was performed just recently in Hollywood. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was Larsen who had painted it, and I had only seen it in black and white. I flipped the page and there it was in full color.

[Technically, the colors look a bit unreal for a human (the texture looks a bit like plastic in the face area), but for me this is minor, compared to the rest.]

I thought it was a healthy, shiny look, not plastic. I think that this has got to be my favorite of Larsen's right now.

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