ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Nina Nolte, a distinguished German artist, presents RED RHAPSODY as part of her revered series WHEELS AND WINGS.
Nina Nolte´s fascination for classic cars undoubtedly traces back to her early childhood. Her mother owned a magnificent Cadillac in the 1950s in El Salvador, where the artist was born.
The original artwork RED RHAPSODY measures 115 x 130 cm (45 x 51″). It was created in 2003 in her studio in Marbella, in homage to that beautiful Cadillac of her mother. Although Nina Nolte was too young at the time to remember it, the photos and films from that era, such as those showing her young mother proudly posing next to her Cadillac or washing it, have always touched her deeply. Not to forget are the photos in her mother’s albums, which Nina Nolte, even as a child, repeatedly looked at, depicting the family with the latest automobiles in the 1930s. It is, therefore, not surprising that in the 1980s, the artist imported later two rare Mercedes of the 1950s from Cuba to Germany.
RED RHAPSODY was last exhibited at Strong Women exhibition at the MAC Museum in Singen, Germany, in 2018. The museum borrowed the artwork, along with another vintage car artwork, from the owner in Madrid for the show.
ABOUT THE MATERIALS
In our commitment to making Nina Nolte’s art accessible to all enthusiasts, we’ve introduced an innovative system for exclusive art prints that are both portable and easy to assemble.
We take pride in our sustainable fabric, EcoWeave, crafted from recycled PET bottles. It combines a high-resolution digital print with a delicate weave, resulting in a truly unique visual experience. The inks used are both solvent-free and waterproof.
Additionally, our space-efficient packing system contributes to environmental conservation by reducing shipping volume. This, in turn, leads to more affordable and eco-conscious shipping costs.
The prints come with a silicon rubber border, ensuring a secure fit within the accompanying aluminum frame, included in the price.
With every order, you’ll receive clear assembly instructions and hanging materials. The only tool you’ll need is the provided allen key, making assembly a breeze.
THE OPTIMAL SIZE FOR YOUR ARTWORK
When selecting the optimal size for your artwork, aim for it to occupy 4/7 to 3/4 of the available wall space. Simply measure your space in centimeters or inches, then multiply by 0.6 to 0.75. For instance, with 270 cm (105”) of space, an artwork with a width of 160 cm (63”) would be an ideal fit.
We offer three standard sizes: Small, Medium, and Large, with custom sizes available upon request.