Pro Romanis Art

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Marcus Tullius Cicero

FINE ART REPRODUCTION

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Dimensions:
8.5″ W x 11″ H (21.59 cm W x 27.94 cm H)
Price: $25 US + shipping and handling
Order Number: 02200xS

11″ W x 17″ H (27.94 cm W x 43.18 cm H)
Price: $35 US + shipping and handling
Order Number: 02200xT

24″ W x 36″ H (60.96 cm W x 91.44 cm H)
Price: $65 US + shipping and handling
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36″ W x 48″ H (91.44 cm W x 121.92 H)
Price: $125 US + shipping and handling
Order Number: 02200xXL

Paper: High quality [name of paper]. Shipped in a sturdy mailing tube to ensure maximum protection.

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Original artwork high-resolution scan printed on high quality large format printer (at least 300 dpi) on high quality paper.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Charcoal Fine Art Reproduction

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About The Artist, Zygmunt Michalski

Zygmunt (Zyggi) Michalski began drawing from a very young age. He majored in art at Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest universities in the world (established in 1364). There, he studied painting and drawing with Krystyna Wróblewska—member of the Polish Academy of Sciences—a well-regarded painter, graphic artist and book designer. Her work and career have appeared in academic books such as Archiwum Sztuki Polskiej XX Wieku and Tom 2 Twórczość Krystyny Wróblewskiej. She herself studied under the famous painter Ludomir Slendzinski. Michalski also studied under Professor Wiktor Zin at the Architecture Department, University of Krakow. Dr. Zin was a widely published author and a designer of many churches internationally and in Poland. He was a well-known TV personality.

Michalski worked with Zin at the Polish Studios for the Conservation of Cultural Property. Michalski is equally adept at pen and ink drawing and oil painting. He can paint in various styles and is particularly interested in historical and surrealistic subject matter. He is also very strong in portraiture. Zygmunt Michalski has executed more than 25 pieces of art for Pro Romanis. You can see some of Zyggi’s other work at http://en.zmichalski.art.pl/.