Birds at Play in Giclée Print by Michelle Morris
This delightful scene was originally painted using watercolours on rice paper. Rice paper, also known as Xuan paper is traditionally used for calligraphy and sumi painting. Made out of plant fibres, its delicate texture deceives its ability to absorb ink, creating blurry images. I thoroughly enjoyed painting this piece which features a graceful flower from a Chinese pictorial wallpaper at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire commissioned for the sixth Duke of Devonshire in 1830.
-Archival Giclée art print on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308 gsm with a lightly defined felt structure
-Choice of A4 size or 5" x 7" inches size
-Easel not included
-Comes with a certificate of authenticity
-Colours/images may slightly vary due to screen settings
A4 size: 210mm x 297mm
Please note that this is the overall size of the print including the 25mm border.
5" x 7" inches size (approximately 127mm x 178mm)
Please note that this is the image size, to provide flexibility in your own choice of frame. The overall size of the print including the 25mm border is 177mm x 228mm.