Dee #2

A scattering of pebbles inspired by the rocks and pebbles found on the banks of the River Dee, Aberdeenshire.

This is a giclée print, on museum quality paper using archival inks. For more information see the description section below.


What is a giclée print?

This is high quality print which has been closely checked and matched to the original artwork. The work is printed onto 315gsm cotton rag, acid-free, museum-quality paper. A subtle surface texture lends this archival quality paper the feeling of traditional prints.
 The 100% cotton base provides the softness and quality feel associated with papers for traditional mediums whilst the bright white matte coating supplies a modern twist.

Is it signed?

Yes, all prints are signed on the front, in pencil by the artist.

Is this available in other sizes?

Yes, please see the drop drown menu for available sizes.

How accurate are the colours?

Great care is taken to ensure the print matches the original artwork as closely as possible. What I can’t control is your screen colour and settings so there may be a small variation between what you see on screen and your print. I am confident that you will be happy with the quality of your print.

The inks used will not fade, even if your print is in direct sunlight!

Is this already framed?

This print is unframed to allow you to choose your own frame to suit your home. Glazed work would also be difficult to ship to you safely. The images shown are a guide only, to help give you an idea of how a print will look once framed.

How long will this take to arrive?

Your print is made to order, each one is signed by me before being carefully rolled and sent to you. Please allow up to 10 working days for printing and delivery. If you need this by a particular date, please email me before placing your order.

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