A monochrome, beautifully carved linocut print. It's an original piece crafted right here in Nottingham. Inspired by the cyclical nature of the seasons and the importance of rest, this artwork is influenced by art Deco patterns and an art nouveau style that celebrates our connection to the natural world and the way we can draw strength from it.
Limited to just 10 prints, each print is wonderfully unique. The handmade process ensures that no two prints are exactly alike, making it truly one-of-a-kind. Printed onto white Masa paper, the black ink creates a captivating high-contrast look, adding a touch of graphic elegance to any space. Rest assured, I chose an acid-free, artist-quality paper that will maintain its pristine appearance over time, so you can enjoy it for a lifetime.
To guarantee its authenticity, I personally sign each piece and include a certificate of authenticity. I want you to have all the details about your artwork right at your fingertips, so you can appreciate its value and origin.
Measuring 31 x 41cm in size, with a print size of 29 x 30cm, it's a versatile artwork that will effortlessly fit into your existing decor.
I understand how important it is to receive your artwork in perfect condition. That's why I take extra care in packaging it for you. Each print is delicately wrapped in acid-free tissue paper and newsprint then rolled and securely placed in a triangular postal box. It may require a little flattening upon arrival, but a few books will do the trick.
Your satisfaction means the world to me. I want this artwork to bring you joy and make you feel good every time you look at it. That's why I offer a 14-day, no-fuss return policy. If for any reason you're not completely satisfied, you can return it without any questions asked.
Embrace the beauty and serenity of this Hand-Printed Black and White Linocut Print. It's a piece that embodies my passion for art and nature, and I'm delighted to have the opportunity to share it with you. Let it become a cherished part of your home, reminding you of the power of nature and our humanity.
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