Ray Leaning Tango Cortina Limited Signed and Numbered Giclee Dance Art Print 17X25

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  • Ray Leaning is a talented artist and graphic designer best known for his rendering of photo-realistic figures depicting the classy side of sensuality.
    • Artist: Ray Leaning.
    • Title: Tango Cortina.
    • This is a Signed and Numbered Limited Edition museum quality Giclee print.
    • Edition Print Number: # of 50.
    • Edition Size: Limited to 50 prints.
    • Fine Art Giclée professionally printed on Premium Matte Photo Paper - Specs: 47 lb (176gsm), 8.5mil. with high grade archival inks.**
    • The paper and ink used producing this print gives the art outstanding clarity.
    • Approx Size: 17"X25".
    • Print delivered in an acid-free archival sleeveand backing board.
    • Look for more impressive artwork from Ray Leaning.

**Our prints are produced on state-of-the-art professional grade printers engineered for the most discriminating professionals providing exceptional professional print quality.
Our printers use the most up-to-date ink technology with a high-density form of archival grade pigments which produce an enhanced color gamut.
Ink droplets as small as 3.5 picoliters and placed with remarkable accuracy and precision producing gallery-quality prints.

Note: The low resolution scan, shown above, does not capture the high clarity of the actual print.

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  • Escape Collectibles, Ltd. is an authorized dealer of artwork created by Ray Leaning.
  • We work closely with the artists we represent so that their artwork will be presented in a manner in which they intend.


Ray Leaning

Ray Leaning was born in Scunthorpe, UK in 1959. As a child he was inspired by books on Pop Art, figure drawing and Victorian Advertising art. Comic book characters were also an influence in his early years.

He started college Grimsby School of Art, which he attended for his Art Foundation and later at Exeter College of Art & Design. He was constantly painting figures for his own work. After he graduated in Fine Art Painting at Exeter College, Ray moved on to Brighton College of Art for a one year post graduate course.

Soon after leaving Brighton College of Art, Ray was a junior designer for the publishers Marshall Cavendish in London.
He soon became Art Editor for Marshall Cavendish and later took the position of Art Director for M-Press Publishing also in London.

Ray has collectors for his Fine Art work in many countries including the USA, Canada, Holland, France, Germany, Sweden, Australia and Switzerland. He receives several commissions a year for his figure drawings and paintings, where he is often asked to portray specific people in his particular style of work.


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