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Product description: I am offering a limited edition giclee of a detailed drawing of a purple pansy. My drawing style is photorealism which means in a style closely resembling photographs. If you are interested in what number of the series you will get, please feel free to contact me. The giclee is professionally reproduced on acid-free, heavy grade Arches watercolor paper and is printed with archival inks. Being produced with archival products, the print will last for well over a 150 years. It will come sealed in an archival polypropylene bag. It has been signed and numbered by me, Cristin Larson, the artist. This print is neither framed nor matted. The print is 6 x 12" and this is an edition of 750 prints. The original drawing was done in colored pencil
 
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Purple Pansy Art Print Botanical Drawing Limited Edition Colored Pencil Floral Flowers Bloom Photo Realism

Fine Art Prints by Equus2 Studios

  • Shipping: $5.50
  • Product ID#: 52562
  • Materials: Other Materials, Pencil, Fine Art Print, Giclee
  • Colors: Black, Pink, Purple, Yellow

Artwork Description: I am offering a limited edition giclee of a detailed drawing of a purple pansy. My drawing style is photorealism which means in a style closely resembling photographs. If you are interested in what number of the series you will get, please feel free to contact me.

The giclee is professionally reproduced on acid-free, heavy grade Arches watercolor paper and is printed with archival inks. Being produced with archival products, the print will last for well over a 150 years. It will come sealed in an archival polypropylene bag. It has been signed and numbered by me, Cristin Larson, the artist. This print is neither framed nor matted. The print is 6 x 12" and this is an edition of 750 prints. The original drawing was done in colored pencil