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Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
BLOCKMOUNT Edition #1 of 3
This is a Limited Editon painting.
3 editions at size 17 inch x 12.75 inch - Blockmount.
It is also a "One of a kind"
Each print is acrylic hand embellished, which makes them different to each other, therefore each one is unique.
Digital painting, then printed onto Epson 375g archival water resistant matte canvas.
Fade-resistance Epson Ultrachrome K3 ink .
Timeless museum grade Giclee satin finish is used to protect and preserve the print.
The Giclee canvas print of the painting is attached to a 12mm thick, solid wooden block.
The Canvas Block is a contemporary and durable alternative to the
traditional Canvas Wrap.
The original painting is printed on the canvas and mounted as a canvas blockmount.
Texture is added to the canvas surface with acrylic gel medium.
NOTE: THIS IS DONE WHEN THE PAINTING IS SOLD AND READY TO SHIP.
Each painting comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, numbered and signed by me.
Art pieces are wrapped in Glassine paper to ensure archival protection and then packaged into cardboard boxes for transport. Each canvas Blockmount comes with wall mount fixed, ready to hang.
W 32.40 cm x H 43.30 cm
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About the Artist
My artistic background started with Copper plaques using an art form called repousse', the art of hand embossing of copper. I progressed to oil painting, being influenced by my father who also painted in oils. Unfortunately being an impatient person when it comes to art I moved on to teach mys...