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European World Gallery: Partisans of Artisans

Posted: Nov. 30th, 2006  |  By JustLuxe Team
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Artwork & Collectibles: Visiting European World Gallery's website is a very mindful experience. The online gallery has a vast collection of artwork and collectibles by some of the most touted and acclaimed artists and designers of the world. The 30-year-old company specializes in securing originals and limited-edition productions for clients, such as paintings, hand-signed serigraphs, lithographs, and original woodblock engravings. While many galleries promote and specialize in presenting pieces of emerging artists, which is vital cog to the overall continued prosperity of the creative community, EWG focuses on procuring historically referenced items, and conveying those to impassioned and sophisticated collectors.

Picasso, Dali, Matisse, Miro, Ferjo, and Tarkay are just a few of the notable artists' renderings for sale by European World Gallery. Numerous hand-signed lithographs are available from original artists from $1,000 to $15,000. For example, a hand-signed serigraph of The Girl In Divan of the Arthur Rothman Edition of 1952 is $7,400. Of course, prices for original paintings are not listed. Specially priced pieces include hand-signed lithographs by Miro, Dali and Chagall for under $1,000. Framing services also are offered.

Designer collectibles available include pieces from Louis XV and Louis XVI, and Dore bronze and rogue marble-covered urns just to name a few. These collectibles are early 19th and early 20th century furnishings and collectibles. There are various furnishings, such as chests, dining sets, pedestals, bronze statues and bibelots. Certificates of authenticity are available for most items, and returns made within 14 days after purchase are 100-percent refundable, unconditionally.

European World Gallery is having an artfully smashing Christmas sale! Take 15 percent off any item purchased, or buy any two pieces and receive a 50-percent reduction on the second item. Patrons can receive free framing too. See EWG's website for complete details.

For LxM James Rothaar
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gary commented on April 15, 2009

european world gallery was selling fraudulent art

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joseph commented on February 8, 2009

please contact me with you offerings, I am an old art customer

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