This Chevy was drawn from my own photo reference and is in fact the truck I first leaned to drive a stick in! Previously employed at the local Fire Hall, my grandfather purchased this 1957 Chevy and added the oak box in the back to use as a farm truck. Sadly, it was damaged in a small combine misshap. It took a bit of work to restore (with the pencil) but I am pleased to present it here now.
This beautiful old Chevy print is signed by me. It will come to you in a protective cardboard tube.
- Museum Quality Paper for Fine Art Reproduction
- Guaranteed not to fade or decay
- Signed by the Artist
Printed with vibrant, high quality Epson Inks.
Large prints (20x15") will be a limited run of 200
Medium prints (19x13") will be a limited run of 250
Small prints (10x8") will be a limited run of 250
1957 Chevy - Pencil Drawing Print
What are giclee archival prints?
Giclee printing is one of the best print reproduction methods available.
It is a process that uses a color ink jet printer, acid free papers, and pigment based archival inks. Each of my prints are Giclee prints. I use high quality pigment inks and archival papers that are designed to last 100+ years with proper care. I also sign and number each of my prints.
Signed, numbered, limited edition Giclee prints often enable artists to live off of their work, but are not as valuable as an original.
The price can be somewhat higher due to the cost in materials, but I do my best to keep my costs down so I can offer reasonable prices to my customers because every home deserves art.
Because I print my own 13x19" and 8x10" giclees, you can be assured that I won't send you something I wouldn't hang on my own wall. If every you recieve a print that doesn't meet your expectations I want you to return it. I will refund your money (postage not included) because I want you to be happy with your purchase.