The Red Rocks, Jemez, New Mexico, Navahos on the Way to Laguna Fiesta – Cassidy

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New Art Reproduction Prints of Two Paintings of the Southwest by Ira Diamond Gerald Cassidy – The Red Rocks, Jemez, New Mexico, date unknown, and Navahos on the Way to Laguna Fiesta, 1926.

Two 5″ x 7″ prints, matted, in approx. 13″ x 16″ frame. Original paintings were 71″ x 95″ (Navahos on the Way . . .) and 11″ x 14″ (The Red Rocks, . . .).

Solid or composite black wood frame. Style and width of wood frame sides vary slightly. Glass cover. Cork leveling button. Wall hanging. White or cream matting.

High quality inkjet art prints reflect back to the viewer the vivid, fresh colors and clear lines the artist would have seen when he or she stepped back from a newly completed painting. Taken from photographs or scans of paintings by artists from bygone times, they reproduce the original paintings: colors, lines, and shapes, as well as stains, scratches, blemishes, and tears.

Printed from Epson 6-color dye-based print system,

Using best available inks on archival paper tested to last 25 to 200 years.

Hand-trimmed and fitted to frame.

Produced and framed in home shop & offered by printmaker. Not a resale.

The department store quality wood frame and glass cover showcase and protect the prints, making them viewable at an affordable price. The prices for these framed pieces may be lower than average online prices by 33% to 50% or more.

Additional information

Weight 64 oz
Dimensions 20 × 18 × 6 in


Matte Color