Richard Haas (the subject of major media profiles on CBS News Sunday Morning, The New York Times, etc.) is the world's premier muralist and trompe d'oil artist, bar none. According to the catalogue raisonne of Richard Haas' prints, this view of Munich was done in conjunction with an exhibition of Haas' work in the city of Munich -- with Galerie Biedermann: "The use of original offset printing was pioneered by Deli Sacilotto and Joe Petruzzelli, and at the time, was heavily used by Brooke Alexander." (Szoke, page 87)
Publisher: Brooke Alexander, New York, USA and Galerie Biedermann, Munich, Germany
Printer: Deli Sacilotto and Joe Petrozzelli, Siena Studios, New York
Catalogue Raisonne Reference: Szoke, 80
Framed: 20 1/2" H x 46 3/4" W
Sight 13 1/4" H x 39 1/2" W
This work is elegantly framed in a wooden museum frame. It was de-accessioned from the collection of a prominent Manhattan Law Firm.
Signature: Signed, titled and numbered in graphite pencil recto (front)
Publisher: Brooke Alexander, New York and Galerie Biedermann, Munich
Below is the link to WATCH CBS News magazine's Sunday Morning's profile of renowned architectural muralist Richard Haas:
This work was de-accessioned from the collection of a prominent Manhattan Law Firm and is housed in an elegant light wood museum frame.
About Richard Haas
American, b. 1936, Spring Green, WI, United States, based in New York, NY, United States