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Peacock Butterfly

Peacock Butterfly

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One of an ongoing series of miniatures painted in the decorative style of illuminated manuscripts of Medieval times. The rich crimson and alizarin reds are enhanced with metallic gold and pearlescent greens and blues.The peacock butterfly is so beautiful and I never grow tired of attempting to capture the magic of its colors.

This watercolor and ink work is painted with Winsor & Newton, and Schmincke watercolor paints on Bockingford 140lb CP watercolor paper.

Painting size is 5 x 3.5 inches and comes with a white mount, total size being 7 x 5 inches.

Backed with greyboard and cellophane wrapped for presentation.

Certificate of Authenticity signed by myself accompanies each original.

The painting will be carefully flat packaged in a strong cardboard envelope and dispatched within 12 hours of notice of the order.

       

W 5.00" x H 7.01"
W 12.70 cm x H 17.80 cm
Bockingford 140lb CP watercolour paper
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About the Artist

Apart from an 'A' level in Art, Elizabeth is self-taught. She has painted throughout her life on a daily basis and it is a source of joy and constant exploration for her. The passion she feels for her work is expressed in her diverse subject matter and use of vibrant colours. Growing up in a sm...

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