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Limited-Edition Giclee of "King Street Old Town Alexandria"

"King Street Old Town Alexandria", Painting and Copyright by Aicy Karbstein

[Painting and Giclées by artist Aicy Karbstein]

This painting was inspired by the charm of historic Old Town Alexandria, VA, USA, where tourists and residents alike stroll the streets and visit the sites and the restaurants. It is based on an early spring scene, with some people wearing the "Capitals Hockey" team shirts, walking their pets, riding motorcycles, and sailing on the Potomac River. On the foreground, we see the "Ramsay House" Visitors Center on the left, and "Burke and Herbert Bank" on the right.

It is the second in the Old Town Alexandria painting series! The first in the series is "Old Town Alexandria in December", both by the contemporary artist Aicy Karbstein.

We are proud to announce that we have released for sale a Limited-Edition Giclée, canvas on ultraboard, 18"H x 24"W, from the original acrylic on canvas painting by Aicy Karbstein, 18"x24".  Issued in a strictly Limited-Edition, with a total of 10 numbered and individually monogrammed by hand, by the artist herself. Each limited-edition giclée comes with  a Certificate of Authenticity hand signed by the Artist and complete with a golden or silver wood frame, ready to hang on your wall!

"King Street, Old Town Alexandria" painting has been featured in "Picturesque Neighborhoods of the World"; "World Landscape Lovers of Art"; "Global Art Gallery"; "Travel Art"; "Arts Fantastic World"; "Beauty in Art"; "Images That Excite You"; "What's New"; "Created By My Hands"; "Your Story of Art"; "Vacations"; "10 Plus"; "No Place Like Home"; among others.

Purchase your giclée now, before they are gone! Only 10 limited-editions were made and, at the moment of this writing, two have already been sold. It is a great investment, a great work of art, and a great collector's piece! Those interested in purchasing it may visit, or send us an email at (Only serious buyers, please!)

(Copyright Aicy Karbstein)

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