1977 Greg Copeland Glass-Encased Geisha Art, Artist Signed

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Vintage 1977 Greg Copeland Floating Framed Glass-Encased Geisha Art, Artist Signed

GREG COPELAND was a New Jersey artist. In the 1960’s he opened his own studio at 115 New Dutch Lane Fairfield, NJ and then later in the 1980’s at 14 Courtland Street Patterson , NJ. By the late 1970s and early 1980s his studio was known as Greg Copeland INC. Although he produced a lot of his own work; he also allowed other artists to create original work, sign their names and affix the Greg Copeland label on the back.
This particular piece is a signed and numbered STEPHEN WHITE Limited Edition Lithograph housed in a anodized brass colored aluminum frame with a Greg Copeland label. 

STEPHEN WHITE was born in Winston Salem, NC; he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from The Cleveland Institute of Art and Master’s Degree in printmaking from UNC, Chapel Hill, NC. 

Stephen is inspired by the Japanese Arts and has created a truly distinctive style that makes his paintings recognizable and collected worldwide. 

Approximate Frame Dimensions: 46.5" high x 34.5" wide x 1.5" deep

Approximate Print Dimensions: 38" high x 24.5" wide

Approximate Weight: 27 lbs.

The artwork is glass encased - preserved between two separate glass panels.

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