Tantrum - Art Print
Art print of original painting, titled “Tantrum”, by Nick Bultman, September 2022.
Signed, numbered limited edition print of 25, fine art gicleè inks on 308gsm Hahnemühle 100% cotton photo rag or optional satin coated canvas.
Ultra-high resolution panoramic scan of original artwork captured in professional studio and color-matched to original work.
Each print comes with corresponding numbered and signed COA.
Artist signature defaulted to backside (no matting) or front side (if matting).
Intentionally sized for standard picture/canvas frames.
Optional matting (if left blank, your print will default to no matting):
Matting: Some collectors prefer a blank margin (matting) for picture frame overhang and to have a spot to grab to prevent fingerprints on the printed surface. The drawback is that the printed image is slightly scaled down in size.
To request matting:
1) select your preferred size.
2) add to cart.
3) view cart.
4) enter matting size (in inches).
*Note that each print size has a different matting option.
-Free shipping (USA).
-International shipping options available for 20+ countries. *IMPORT FEES NOT INCLUDED (typically between $40-60). It is customer's responsibility to pay these fees upon delivery.
-Gicleè print - rolled tube, ink protected by glassine construction paper.
-Mounted canvas - print wrapped in glassine paper, cardboard divider, bubble wrap, placed securely in TV box (contact shop for optional rolled canvas).
*picture frames not included (I recommend custompictureframes.com)
**Prints are now manually de-curled in order to flatten the paper and limit warping.
***Please note some images are digitally transposed and therefor do not reflect genuine lighting conditions.
****30x40in. Canvas print is available for shipping in USA-only (unless canvas is rolled [contact shop])
Acrylic on canvas
Free Shipping (USA)
International shipment incurs 25% handling fee
This is the piece that I feel in love with and really attached me to Nick art.
Tantrum - Art Print
I'm quite certain I'm not the only one that sees a blade when looking at Tantrum. I told Nick it has the look and feel of something being sliced. Separated. But somehow the red isn't violent. Such a unique piece with an ever changing attitude which seems dependent on mine. A great addition to my collection and one you'll be glad you have as well.