“The Devil’s Mask” Original Watercolor by Diego Delfino


Diego Delfino is a Spanish artist whose work pulls inspiration from tattoo flash art, the Victorian era, and surrealism. One technique he employs, referred to as “Xerography” is a printmaking technique that utilizes photocopiers and printers. By taking a photocopy of a print and moving it during the process, he creates a wavy and surreal image, which he then uses for reference for his paintings.

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  • Original art hand signed by the artist
  • Mounted with all archival, acid-free materials
  • Archivally float mounted onto a teal mat, with metallic marbled barnwood moulding from Frametastic!
  • Uses Tru Vue 99% UV protective, non-glare Museum Optium acrylic glazing
  • Sized approximately 29” X 36”, with 1” thickness
  • Felt bumpers and hanging hardware included
  • Manufactured by Custom Picture Framer of Glenside—located just north of Philadelphia, PA
  • PLEASE NOTE: This product is available for local pickup or delivery ONLY – no shipping available!

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 29 × 1 × 36 in