Limited Edition
Lithographs & Canvas Editions

Greenwich Workshop and more.  These are not part of our regular online store.  These are part of a private collection being sold on consignment.  As the prints and canvases come in, we will photograph them and place them on this page for your viewing pleasure.  Most everything will be one of a kind in our inventory. Once they are sold, we cannot order any more.  Thanks for visiting

Some of the artist to look forward to: Daniel Smith, James Christensen, Tom Browning, Stephen Lyman, Rod Frederick....and more

CECILA

by James C. Christensen

From the boundless imagination of artist James C. Christensen, this angel will grace any setting with a sense of delicacy and wonder. This stunning, decorative piece, , explores the texture, surface and richness of paint Ė and just happens to be named for the artistís newest grandchild, Cecilia. Following in the footsteps of Saint with White Sleeves, Isabella and Sleeper, Lost in Dreams, this latest Limited Edition And whatís particularly special about Cecilia is her exquisite gold enhancement. The MasterWorkô Canvas edition is hand-enhanced with 23-Karat Gold Leaf by the Artistís studio, and the Limited Edition Print is Foil-Enhanced to replicate the radiant detail of the original.

Cecilia, MASTERWORK CANVAS EDITION
James Christensen
Image size: 15"w x 45"h.
Edition Size: 250
Published from the artist's original work.

US: $1,495.00

 

Royal Processional

by James C. Christensen

You are witness to something few humans ever see. The sweet smell of incense carried on the breeze has awoken you from your rest in the woods and you capture a glimpse of the king and queen of the faeries passing by. "This is not the May Day parade or a Coronation," James C. Christensen explains. "Simply, this is The Royal Processional - just your regular, everyday king and queen of the Faeries entourage."

Inspired by the grand processions of history, fiction and movies, Christensen provides a glimpse of the faerie world by fashioning an eclectic parade of fantasy forest denizens. "The king in the armor is Oberon and the queen is Tatiana," says Christensen. "They are the rulers of the Faeries. Other fascinating creatures waiting to be discovered are their laughing faeries-in-waiting, their old prime minister with the butterfly banner, the young wizard-in-training with his nose in a book, and the incense bearers to alert - by smell - the other forest creatures."

Join The Royal Processional and set yourself apart from mere mortals.

The Royal Processional, MASTERWORK CANVAS EDITION
James Christensen
Image size: 45"w x 23"h.
Edition Size: 300
Published from the artist's original work.

US: $1,500.00

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A Greenwich Workshop 30th Anniversary Masterwork Canvas Release
ONCE UPON A TIME
by James Christensen

With Once Upon a Time, James Christensen brings life to the rich and delightful creatures who filled his imagination as a child.  The wise, magical storyteller tells his astonishing fables to the wondrous characters who usually populate those fables.

"I've made up characters, but I've also drawn some of them from art and literature," explains James. "The Lord of the Rings reminds us that adults are interested in fantasy too." And James pays tribute to Ian Ballantine, the publisher who popularized The Lord of the Rigs in the United State by reklesaing it in paperback.  "He is the keybearer on the right.  In a sense, he brought me this talisman.

Giclee Canvas: 47" x 33" h.  Edition size of 300 s/n. 

SOLD OUT AT PUBLISHER - $6,550



THE ENOCH ALTARPIECES
by James Christensen
For over a year, artist James C. Christensen painted "under the guise" of an obscure, 15th Century Flemish painter, best known for, and named after, a multi-paneled masterpiece called The Enoch Altarpiece.  Also known as Jehovah Teaches Enoch the Plan of Salvation, what remains of The Enoch Altarpiece are the two sides that once flanked the (missing) center panel.  The two angels, who originally were positioned to bless the center scene, incorporate symbols of God's original plan for man's salvation.  With the angel on the left are fruit and a serpent, representing the Garden of Eden and the fall of man, while a skull pierced by an Easter Lily appears with the angel on the right, suggesting the triumph of Christ over death and the redemption of man.

The fact that the center panel is missing is rich with allegory as well.  According to Christensen the missing center panel depicted not only Enoch and Jehovah, but the City of Enoch as well.  Enoch was regarded by God to be so imbued with the Holy Spirit that he was "translated" or "taken from the earth" rather than suffer physical death.  "No one is certain what happened to the missing center panel of The Enoch Altarpiece, but hope is," says Christensen, with a smile, "it will one day return."

The Enoch Altarpiece is a framed, two piece canvas print  set.  The artisan who created the frames for the original paintings was commissioned by Christensen to create two prototypes for this limited edition print set.  The elegant resin-molded frames are distressed and hand-brushed with gold to recreate the look of 15th century art treasures.

A Greenwich Workshop Frame Giclee Canvas Set: Each panel: 14 1/2"w x 24"h.  250 s/n. Sold as a set only.   Sold out as Publisher!

$1,695.00


POOFY GUY ON A SHORT LEASH
by James Christensen

In the fantastic world of James Christensen, a "poofy guy" is recognizable by the inordinate layers of clothing he wears, symbolizing a touch of self-importance as well as the accumulated baggage of a lifetime.  This light and airy piece just may suggest marriage, as James asks us to consider the luck we "poofy guys" have in being cared for by a responsible woman.  "Thanks heavens guys like us have some one holding on to us, James said, "otherwise, we'd just spin off in to the jet stream and pop!"

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclee Canvas. 300 s/n. 23"w x 17"h - $495.00
Acid-Free Limited Edition print: 20"w x 15" h - $160.00

Twilight

by James C. Christensen

"This painting is a love story," says James Christensen. "Love on many different levels, but most importantly, the power of that which is everlasting. It is rich in symbols that suggest the close of a chapter; the twilight hour of day, the final phase of the moon, the turning leaves on an autumn tree and the checkerboard road that comes to an end. Even though this couple needs help in just getting around, they seem unconcerned. Despite the limitations of old age, they are supported by loved ones, surrounded by a lifetime of favorite things and they have each other. The carnation he offers her is a symbol of enduring love."

Twilight, LIMITED EDITION PRINT
James Christensen
Image size: 20"w x 15"h.
Edition Size: 550
Published from the artist's original work.

US: $160.00
 


ST. BRENDAN, THE NAVIGATOR
by James Christensen

St. Brendan's fame rests on the mythical adventure described in Brendan's Voyage, a 10th century romance of Brendan and a company of monks sailing the Atlantic Ocean to the Promised Land.  One of the Stories of the voyage relates that Brendan, wishing to celebrate Easter Mass, landed on a small island in the middle of the ocean.  After celebrating Mass, Brendan and his companions built a fire on which to cook a meal and thus awakened the sleeping whale they had mistakenly identified as a small island.  Terrified, the voyagers rushed to their ship and fled.  Since then, Brendan has been associated with whales and large fishes.

Print: 8" w x 12"h.   650 s/n    $140.00
Giclee Canvas: 8"w x 12" h.   275 s/n    $250.00


St. Nicholas of Myra
by James Christensen

Nicholas flourished in the 4th century as Bishop of Myra in Asia Minor and is universally recognized as the model for our modern day Santa Claus.  He is a figure about which there are more legends than facts.  Patron saint of sailors, one legend tells of him appearing to storm-tossed mariners who invoked his aid and were brought safely to port.  In the Low Countries of Europe, stories of his generosity were legendary and gave rise to the custom of exchanging gifts in his name.

St Nicholas of Myra is from the world of Saints and Angels by James Christensen's exploration and creation of an alter-ego, an obscure Flemish painter known only as The Master of the Enoch Altarpiece.  Previous releases from this collection, Isabella and The Enoch Altarpiece, are both Sold Out at Publisher.

Coated Giclee Print on Archival Clayboard: Limited to 450 s/n. 7"w x 13"h - $260


THE MESSENGER
by James Christensen
A Hand-Tinted Original Stone Lithograph

Elegant and captivating are two of the measures we set for any James Christensen Hand-Tinted Original Stone Lithograph, and the The Messenger, he's delivered.  Is she an angel or is she human; is she from the past, present or future; she has armor, but is she a warrior; how do the key and rose assist in unlocking the enigma of The Messenger?

About the Stone Litho Process:
This limited edition is created by stone lithography.  The image is etched on limestone and transferred from there onto a sheet of fine watercolor paper by hand using a lithographic press.  Prior to the invention of four-color printing, limited edition lithographs were hand-tinted.  Each copy of The Messenger will be hand-colored making each slightly different and completely unique.  If you'd like to see more on how an original stone lithograph is created go to www.greenwichworkshop.com

A Greenwich Workshop Original Stone Litho: 24" w x 12" h.   200 s/n -
Sold out at Publisher

$1225.00

The Bride

Master storyteller James C. Christensenís The Bride is a beautifully detailed homage to the traditions and folklore of the wedding day.  The stage for this joyous vision in a pastel palate is set in a Christensen fantasy world, as we join a maiden and her unusual wedding party sailing into destiny.

Richly layered nuptial symbolism awaits your discovery: something old (the ruins in the background), something new (the egg on the pillow), something borrowed (a tan girl from Baroque artist Diego VelŠzquez), something blue (the flowing ribbon in the brideís hair, a symbol of purity from ancient Israel).  Thatís only the beginning! Much like the art of marriage itself, Christensenís The Bride promises years of unfolding pleasures.

  • Image size: 18 7/8"w x 15"h.
  • Published in 2005.
  • Current Canvas Price: $765.
    Current Paper Price:  $265     Edition Size: 450
  • This LIMITED EDITION PRINT is signed and numbered by the artist and GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!
  • THIS PRINT WAS SOLD OUT FROM THE PUBLISHER IN ONE WEEK!

The Fish Smuggler

Master storyteller James C. Christensenís The Fish Smuggler is an incredible stone litho hand-detailed print by the master of fantasy. This print is extremely rare.  It is not available through James's normal outlet of Greenwich Workshop.  You had to actually attend a signing event and be lucky enough to stand in a long line to have your chance to buy it.  There were only 50 made.  If you purchase this print, it will not necessarily be numbered as above (we're keeping #13).  

  • Paper Size : 8 1/2" x 11'
    Image size: 5 3/4"w x 4"h.
  • Published in 2005.
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    Current Litho Price:  $1465     Edition Size: 50
  • This LIMITED EDITION PRINT is signed and numbered by the artist and GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!
     
    Below is a photo of this print still in its original cellophane protector.

The French Clown

Master storyteller James C. Christensenís The French Clown is another incredible stone litho hand-detailed print by the master of fantasy. This print is also extremely rare.  It is not available through James's normal outlet of Greenwich Workshop.  You had to actually attend a signing event and be lucky enough to stand in a long line to have your chance to buy it.  There were only 100 made.    

  • Paper Size : 11" x 15'
    Image size: 7 1/4"w x 6"h.
  • Published in 2005.
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    Current Litho Price:  $1975     Edition Size: 100
  • This LIMITED EDITION PRINT is signed and numbered by the artist and GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!

Messenger of the Heart

Master storyteller James C. Christensenís The Fish Smuggler is an incredible stone litho hand-detailed print by the master of fantasy. This print is extremely rare.  It is not available through James's normal outlet of Greenwich Workshop.  You had to actually attend a signing event and be lucky enough to stand in a long line to have your chance to buy it.  There were only 50 made. 

  • Paper Size : 9" x 11 3/4'
    Image size: 5 "w x 6 7/8"h.
  • Published in 2005.
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    Current Litho Price:  $1995     Edition Size: 50
  • This LIMITED EDITION PRINT is signed and numbered by the artist and GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!

 

SAINT WITH WHITE SLEEVES

Behold the latest discovery from James C. Christensen's Saints and Angels collection, a series he attributes to his alter-ego, an obscure Flemish painter known as the Master of the Enoch Altarpiece. Previous Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Editions from the Saints and Angels collection include Isabella and The Enoch Altarpiece.

The subject of Saint with White Sleeves does not appear to be a specific saint, and the model for this striking portrait was likely one of the Master's patrons. It was customary at the time for the wealthy to request that their portraits incorporate characteristics of saints or angels. In Saint with White Sleeves, the halo suggests a saint, yet the white sleeves hint at angel's wings.

Mint Condition, includes coa.
Hand-Signed and Numbered by the Artist.
Limited Edition Giclee Canvas.
Image size: 10 "w x 21 "h.
Edition Size: 300 s/n
Current Price: $295

 

Sunrise in the Wallowas

by Stephen Lyman

Far removed from any major metropolis, Oregonís Wallowa Mountains have long been a Lyman family favorite. Originally introduced to the splendor of the Wallowas by his parents, Steve would often take family trips there with his sister Shauna, and brother Scott. Later in his life, Steve introduced his wife Andrea to the area, and she cherishes memories of time spent there together

ďAs I camped by this lake years ago, I awoke in the morning to watch the crest of the ridge catch fire with the golden light of sunrise,Ē Stephen said once in describing the inspiration for the painting. Steve submitted Sunrise in the Wallowas to The Greenwich Workshop in 1982 following not one, but two rejections of his work. Not only did this landscape convince Greenwich Workshop founder Dave Usher to finally publish Steveís art, but he also bought the original painting to hang in the companyís offices.

Sunrise in the Wallowas, MASTERWORK CANVAS EDITION
Stephen Lyman
Image size: 60"w x 14"h.
Edition Size: 150
Published from the artist's original work.

US: $1,895.00


WIND RIDERS
by Rod Frederick

"Few people realize that eagles can soar up to 200 miles-per-hour in their roller coaster flights," says  Rod Frederick. "One of my favorite places to climb and watch them is the mountains of Vedavoo in Wyoming.  Splendid flyers, golden eagles will spread their eight-foot wingspan and ride the northern thermals for hours on end.  They are truly inspiring to watch."
Giclee Canvas: Limited to only 75 s/n.  30" x 10" h. 
CURRENT PRICE: $1225

PELICAN KING & THE PRINCE

Mickey's Orphans - 1931

Walt Disney's animated short Mickey's Orphans was release in 1931.  Mickey's Orphans featured Mickey Mouse and his sweetheart Minnie as they open their home to a large group of orphan kittens.  This scene shows Mickey and Mine as they unveil the beautiful Christmas tree.

Disney Treasurers chose this image in 1994 as a perfect example of the characterization , creativity and artistry of Mickey's orphans.  There are only a select group of moment from the films and shorts of the Walt Disney Studios which qualify as Disney Treasures.  Once one of these moments has been selected, Disney Art Edition's supervising artist, Ron Dias, returns to the original drawings, layouts color chips and any other archived material to create an inspired reproduction, which is then used to develop this artwork.  This artwork embodies the heritage of the Walt Disney Studios as well as The Walt Disney Company's standards of creativity and quality.  The finished artwork is truly a Disney Treasure.

Moross Studios in Los Angeles, California, used the finished artwork in the production of this limited-edition serigraph.  The serigraph is printed on Somerset Soft White Textured paper.  There are 7,500 pieces in the regular edition with 250 publishers proofs.  The edition may not all be printed at the same time.

This limited edition was produced in 1994.  Disney Treasures has approved the technique used in the reproduction of this edition. At the conclusion of the edition, the screens, plates and other printing components were destroyed.  The original finished artwork is archived at the Walt Disney Company.

This print has been stored in its original box and has never even seen the light of day for twelve years.  It comes from a private estate of an art collector.  Please see both prints we are listing.

This print comes framed in a off white pine-appearing wood with clear acrylic pane.  The print floats in the frame.  It has deckled edges.  It has the Disney logo on the left side below the image, and an embossed Disney logo on the right side below the image (see the photos below).  It arrives in its original box with all original certificates and paperwork..  

  • Framed Size : 14" x 14'
    Image size: 7"w x 7 1/8"h.
  • Published in 1994
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    Current Serigraph Price:  $895     Edition Size: 7,500
  • GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!
     
      
     
    Embossed Mickey logo on right side of print verifying authenticity
     
           
    Certification on back of print                               Original Container Box dated 1994

Fantasia - 1940

Walt Disney's animated masterpiece Fantasia premiered in 1940.  Fantasia featured Mickey Mouse in perhaps his most famous role, that of The Sorcerer's Apprentice.  In this scene, Mickey borrows his master's hat to use some of the magic within, to ease his water carrying burden.

Disney Treasurers chose this image in 1994 as a perfect example of the characterization , creativity and artistry of Mickey's orphans.  There are only a select group of moment from the films and shorts of the Walt Disney Studios which qualify as Disney Treasures.  Once one of these moments has been selected, Disney Art Edition's supervising artist, Ron Dias, returns to the original drawings, layouts color chips and any other archived material to create an inspired reproduction, which is then used to develop this artwork.  This artwork embodies the heritage of the Walt Disney Studios as well as The Walt Disney Company's standards of creativity and quality.  The finished artwork is truly a Disney Treasure.

Moross Studios in Los Angeles, California, used the finished artwork in the production of this limited-edition serigraph.  The serigraph is printed on Somerset Soft White Textured paper.  There are 7,500 pieces in the regular edition with 250 publishers proofs.  The edition may not all be printed at the same time.

This limited edition was produced in 1994.  Disney Treasures has approved the technique used in the reproduction of this edition. At the conclusion of the edition, the screens, plates and other printing components were destroyed.  The original finished artwork is archived at the Walt Disney Company.

This print has been stored in its original box and has never even seen the light of day for twelve years.  It comes from a private estate of an art collector.  Please see both prints we are listing.

This print comes framed in a off white pine-appearing wood with clear acrylic pane.  The print floats in the frame.  It has deckled edges.  It has the Disney logo on the left side below the image, and an embossed Disney logo on the right side below the image (see the photos below).  It arrives in its original box with all original certificates and paperwork..  

  • Framed Size : 14" x 14'
    Image size: 7"w x 7 1/8"h.
  • Published in 1994
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    Current Serigraph Price:  $895     Edition Size: 7,500
  • GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!
     

Victorian Christmas II
by Thomas Kincade


(Note: The lighter portion to the lower right of this print is not on the actual print.  What apperas to a mis-coloration  is simply due to the fact that we shaded the embossed area so we could show the detail of the wagon, oxen, Mt Hood and Douglas Fir trees. The print is all one beige paper stock.)

The Oregon Trail
Sesquicentennial Commemorative print
1843-1993

The trek started in the spring at Independence, Missouri, that "great Babel upon the border of the wilderness."  Here the wagons - on the average 10 feet long with 2-foot sides- were stocked: tools and clothes, seed, perhaps a harmonium, a clock; and the staples, bacon, beans, sugar, salt, coffee and probably a key of whiskey.  They had 2000 miles to go and it would take about six months.

On the last leg of the journey - from Fort Hall in Idaho to the Oregon City in the Willamette Valley- the pleasures were few indeed.  Now food supplies were low, and broth immigrants and animals exhausted by the long months of the trek.  Worst of all there lay before them the dreaded Blue Mountains, which because of the steepness of the grade, could be crossed with the aid of block and tackle.  The immigrants prayed that now in late September the snows of winter would not come early to the mountains.

On finally reaching the valleys of Oregon, the immigrants - 53,000 of them between 1840 and 1860 - without exception were glad the journey was over.

This is a singed, numbered, limited edition print of archival quality.  The paper is Arches 100% rag printmaking stock imported from France.  The embossing is made from hand-tooled brass which took 75 tons of pressure to make the impression. 

  • Artist: Ann Marra
    Engraver: Universal Engraving
    Publisher: Richard L. Kohnstamm
    Paper Size : 22" x 15'
    Limited Numbers available: 1197, 1198, 1199, or 1200,all of 2000 images produced
  • Published in 1992
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    Current Serigraph Price:  $297     Edition Size: 2,000
  • GUARANTEED to arrive in MINT condition!!

 

 
 

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