“Jewel” Art Print by Jason Thielke (Onsale Info)

Jason Thielke will release this stunning new art print later this week. “Jewel” is a 9″ x 12″ block print, has an edition of 50, and will cost $95. It goes up Friday, August 24th at 12pm Eastern Time. Visit JasonThielke.com.

29 Responses to ““Jewel” Art Print by Jason Thielke (Onsale Info)”

  1. As a note, I only used the Theilke image as an overlay to that last image I posed, simply because it was the easiest to copy while I am at work. Not making a statement, just using the face.

  2. Well, it looks like we might have a winner and it all comes down to two artists working from the same ref?

  3. Kim, it would appear so. Looking back at the image you originally posted, only the face is the same on each artists work. The hair, shoulders, neck, ear, hand or lack of, are all different. Just the face is similar, and both could have easily got that from the Elsa Lanchester photo, which was very easy to find.

  4. 9×12 95$. 1 color. I don’t know what all the fuss is about. But I don’t like this size for the price and lack color. Should be like 35$ like Jay Shaws print.

  5. @Josh – Actually, that’s not Elsa Lanchester. That’s Loretta Young, with Tyrone Power. But cool that you found a possible reference.

  6. @ thriftypix, well i’ll be, looks like your right that is Loretta Young. Too hasty while searching at work, at least thats what i’ll blame it on. 🙂

    I did find the image searching for Elsa Lanchester, so it could be one of the two artists did the same, and simply liked the pose Loretta is in.

  7. You guys have Ansin on the brain. Ridiculous comments. Jason probably never even saw Ansin’s piece.

  8. @ Anna Witt: Couldn’t agree more.

    For now, I’m very happy to be one of the lucky ones to have purchased this gorgeous print. Fantastic work, Jason!

  9. @ Anna Witt

    Agreed. Unless it is blatant, I am more intrigued by the actual process artists use to gain inspiration. If two artists could have been inspired by the same photo, to make two different images, that to me is worth writing about. Especially since by background is in the Renaissance, it’s all so different now.

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