My watercolour painting of a tiny field mouse nibbling on a fly agaric toadstool inspired by walks in the Northumbrian woods printed using the giclée method onto archival paper. A charming print for wildlife lovers.
Giclée (pronounced zhee-clay) is a form of inkjet printing often used for fine art prints because it uses pigment based inks rather than dye based. The prints are therefore a higher quality and longer lasting (100-200 years without fading) than standard inkjet prints. My giclée prints have been printed using the Ultrachrome HDX archival ink system onto a sturdy, textured, Hahnemuehle German etching archival paper (310gsm).
Your giclée print will be signed and dated by me on the reverse, wrapped in acid free tissue paper and protected during postage in a board backed envelope.
Print is A5 size and ideally should be framed using acid free backing materials and UV glass for optimal protection.
Choose from unmounted, or a green or grey mount which will fit a standard 8" x 10" frame.
155mm x 210mm
with mount 203mm x 254mm (fits 8"x10" frame)