About The Art
Original work is oil on canvas.
About the Artist
Itzu Rimmer was born in Israel in 1948. In the years 1971-1972 he attended the Harrow College of Art in London after which he continued his studied in the famed Central St. Martin School in the years 1973-1976 and at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, obtaining a BFA.
Rimmer held a teaching position at the Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel. In the years 1986-1988 he was the head of the Art department in Meimad School in Tel Aviv.
In 1977 Rimmer won the America- Israel Cultural Foundation prize and in 1978 he won the first place at the Biennale for Young Artists in Safed.
Additional Print information
Our prints are printed on a fine poly-cotton blend, matte canvas using using archival inks and the latest printing technologies resulting in beautiful prints with rich and vivid colors. Each canvas is hand stretched and wrapped over 1.5" deep stretcher bars, and comes ready to hang on your wall.
The dimensions listed are for the canvas size, giving you a better understanding of how much space the canvas will take up when hung on your wall.
Our prints are professionally framed with wood mouldings, archival UV plexi-glass, and come ready to hang on your wall with a hanging wire. Prints can be framed with a 2.75" white mat, or without.
You can view frame dimensions here.
We're excited to offer flat-rate shipping rates of $6.95 for unframed prints and $12.95 for framed prints and canvases shipping within the United States.
We're happy to announce that we now ship to Canada, Australia, UK and Ireland as well. Shipping does not include taxes, duties or any other fees that may be collected at time of delivery.
All of our art, regardless of whether it is framed or not, ships within 7-10 business days. Unframed prints ship in tubes, and framed prints and canvases in boxes, providing extra protection and safe delivery.
As our prints are custom made to order according to your specifications, all of our prints are final sale and non-returnable.