- Name: Ballerinas II
- Printed in Great Britain
- Not Vintage: 1990’s (estimated)
- Details: This wonderful print is from artist Steve O’Connell, titled “Ballerinas II”, part of a collection of pencil sketches of little ballerinas during ballet class or perhaps it’s a ballet recital, but just adorable. This print was done by Rosenstiel’s Felix Widow & Son Ltd in the United Kingdom, we mention this because they have been in business since the 1880’s, are known for superior quality prints and trusted by many wonderful artists to reproduce their work. This print has been professionally framed in the USA, with a silver leaf frame. We photographed the frame against a dark background as well as light, because it’s beauty was not really appreciated against the white. This piece is double matted in a beige/stone and pale mauve colors, perfect for such a sweet, endearing work, and it’s ready to hang. Our price already includes the ever increasing shipping fees, so no surprises at check-out. This is great piece of decor for a little girl’s room. Perfect gift for a dance teacher, or an upcoming little ballerina.
- Material: Paper, Wood, Glass
- Dimensions: Print: 9.0 Height x 12.0 inches Length. Frame: 12.75 inches Height, 18.75 Length and 0.5 inch Deep.
- Condition: Used. Excellent Condition. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this item, except as acceptable due to age/use/wear. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. Please remember these are USED items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
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Steve O’Connell was born in Hackney, a borough of London, England. He always knew he wanted to be an artist and taught himself to paint and draw in various media, including oil, pastel and pencil. At the young age of 16 he was hired as a trainee commercial artist. He met his dancer girlfriend, which inspired him to draw dancers and sell his sketches and paintings at the Covent Garden’s art and craft market which led him to his first publishing contract. Today he is recognized as one of the worlds leading painters of dance, he is well known now within the dance community and his artwork is collected all over the world.