Questions? Call 218-387-2491. We’re here to help and open 9:30-5:30 Sunday-Friday & 9:30-6 Saturday.

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La Chasse Gallerie

By Rick Allen

Rick Allen at Sivertson

Rick Allen prints are available in a variety of sizes and with optional framing in a classic style (white mat & black frame). Choose your print option (fine art paper or framed fine art paper), size, and quantity below.

$59.00$329.00

Image Size: 6.75 W x 9.25 H inchs
Image Size: 9 W x 12.5 H inches
Image Size: 14 W x 19.5 H inches
Image Size: 6.75 W x 9.25 H inchs
Image Size: 9 W x 12.5 H inches
Image Size: 14 W x 19.5 H inches

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Paper prints are printed on heavy, 100% cotton paper and are shipped to you flat—corner-mounted on foam core, and packaged inside a clear, cellophane sleeve. Prints larger than 17 x 22 inches are rolled and shipped in sturdy tubes. Their presentation is perfect for gift-giving and they are ready to frame. We custom print to your order; please allow two weeks plus shipping. If you need your print in a hurry, please let us know and we’ll try our best to expedite your order.

Framed prints are ready to hang on your wall. Our archival prints are framed using a white museum mat (approximately 3 inches wide), a 1-inch black wood frame, and UV-protected “Conservation Clear” glass. Add approximately 7-8 inches to image size width and height dimensions for finished frame allowance. Prints are carefully packaged to arrive safely. Learn more about framing and see examples on our Information page. We custom print and frame to your order. Please allow three weeks production plus shipping for framed prints. If you need your print in a hurry, please let us know and we’ll try our best to expedite your order.

Questions? Call 218-387-2491. We’re here to help and open 9:30-5:30 Sunday-Friday & 9:30-6 Saturday.

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Rick Allen

Rick has been an artist and printmaker for over 30 years. He grew up in Duluth, Minnesota, and studied history at St. Olaf College and the University of Chicago before veering from the scholarly path and attending the Rhode Island School of Design. He subsequently worked as a commercial and editorial illustrator, and in 2003 started The Kenspeckle Letterpress with his wife, artist Marian Lansky. At that time he began experimenting with wood engraving and linocut, and the rest is history. Rick always has “one or two feet in the 19th Century” and loves nothing more than producing printed ephemera.

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