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Eagle Head II 3-D Wall Art  59.99  34.99 
Stock No. THC-ML1068-BGAAEagleHead

This fantastic Eagle Head II 3-D wall art is made from inlaid wood forming a three dimensional picture in a process called Intarsia. Be sure to click on the larger image to get the full impact of this intricate procedure, the results are absolutely stunning!

This is a one-of-a kind piece of art, only 1 is available. 22" H x 14" W

This original art can be shipped internationally.

WAS 59.95
This is a CLOSEOUT ITEM and will be discontinued once our current stock is gone. LAST ONE! All Closeout sales are final.


Intarsia (pronounced intär´sEu) is an art or technique of decorating a surface with inlaid patterns, especially of wood mosaic. It is similar to inlay, but where inlay is flat, intarsia is three-dimensional. This effect is achieved by a series of steps.

First, a two-dimensional pattern is developed on heavy translucent paper. The image is then divided into smaller pieces, much like a jigsaw puzzle. Each piece is designated with a grain line direction, which will help create the dimensional look of the completed work.

The pieces are then cut out individually from a variety of wood species that have different colors and grains. The individual wood pieces are shaped and fitted together to form the three-dimensional picture.

Intarsia is thought to have been developed during the thirteenth century Renaissance period in Siena, Italy. The process was derived from the Middle Eastern inlays of ivory upon wood. This art was widely practiced in Italy from c.1400 to c.1600. The fashion for intarsia declined thereafter, although some works in this medium were still produced. Intarsia work was also practiced to a limited extent in eighteenth century Japan, Imperial Rome, Egypt, and Persia.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

BGAA500H50C1200P

This fantastic Eagle Head II 3-D wall art is made from inlaid wood forming a three dimensional picture in a process called Intarsia. Be sure to click on the larger image to get the full impact of this intricate procedure, the results are absolutely stunning!

This is a one-of-a kind piece of art, only 1 is available. 22" H x 14" W

This original art can be shipped internationally.

WAS 59.95
This is a CLOSEOUT ITEM and will be discontinued once our current stock is gone. LAST ONE! All Closeout sales are final.


Intarsia (pronounced intär´sEu) is an art or technique of decorating a surface with inlaid patterns, especially of wood mosaic. It is similar to inlay, but where inlay is flat, intarsia is three-dimensional. This effect is achieved by a series of steps.

First, a two-dimensional pattern is developed on heavy translucent paper. The image is then divided into smaller pieces, much like a jigsaw puzzle. Each piece is designated with a grain line direction, which will help create the dimensional look of the completed work.

The pieces are then cut out individually from a variety of wood species that have different colors and grains. The individual wood pieces are shaped and fitted together to form the three-dimensional picture.

Intarsia is thought to have been developed during the thirteenth century Renaissance period in Siena, Italy. The process was derived from the Middle Eastern inlays of ivory upon wood. This art was widely practiced in Italy from c.1400 to c.1600. The fashion for intarsia declined thereafter, although some works in this medium were still produced. Intarsia work was also practiced to a limited extent in eighteenth century Japan, Imperial Rome, Egypt, and Persia.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

BGAA500H50C1200P

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