The WAH Center and
The Yuko Nii Foundation
A Peaceful Afternoon Birthday Toast
Terrance Lindall, born October 13th
Yuko Nii, born October 22nd
Saturday October 16th @ 2-4 P.M. Admission $20
(Directions: check web-site at bottom of page)
Announced at that time the official release for sale of
Limited edition signed Giclee prints of
GOLD ILLUMINATED PARADISE LOST SCROLL
published by the Yuko Nii Foundation,
(see prices below)
View Brochure On-line:
On exhibit the original Gold Scroll itself
Portions of the original autograph transcript of Lindall’s
synopsized version of Milton’s Paradise Lost
many historical items from Lindall’s art, publishing, curatorial, fashion career over the last 40 plus years, including original illustrations and proof sheets from publishers, etc.
Lindall in Illustration & High Fashion on Youtube:
Fo r t his one day only, many of Lindall’s signed posters, postcards, broadsheets, brochures etc. are available at HALF PRICE! Afterwards they return to their original price.
Unveiling of new portraits of
Terrance Lindall, Dr. Robert J. Wickenheiser and Professor Karen Karbiener
Master Surrealist Bienvenido “Bones” Banez Jr.
BONES OFFICIAL WEB-SITE: http://www.welcomebones666artworld.trilogistick.com/index.php?id=bio
ABOUT THE GOLD SCROLL PRINT:
Ten (10) highest quality Giclee prints facsimiles on canvas are the same size as the original (with border 50” x 17”) – exactly like the original painting in every detail except for the use of gold leaf on the original. Pre-sold to major institutions for $5000 each, only one remains available for $10,000.
38 of the edition of fifty (50) slightly smaller Giclee prints on watercolor paper (with border 45” x 15.3”) are still available to collectors for $2000 each.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 486-6012 or (917) 648-4290
Yuko Nii Foundation
Brooklyn, NY 11211