Giclee print of one of my A4 oil pastel and pencil drawings of some Kerria, a flowering garden bush with yellow flowers made of clusters of petals. Botanical print of lovely yellow spring flowers that sometimes bloom in a summer garden as well. The plant's full name is Kerria Japonica and it is sometimes called Easter Rose because it blooms around that time of year (ref. thespruce.com) Would make a nice gift for gardeners and a wedding gift.
Print size is "A4 plus" 26 x 37.3 cm (10.25 x 14.75 inches).
The print of yellow Keria blossom is mounted with acid free off-white mount and back mat 30.5 x 40.5 cm (12 x 16 inches) which is the frame rebate (inside of frame), that fits a standard frame of that size.
Printed onto Hahnemuehle German Etching 310 gsm with Epson inks. There is a Certificate of Authenticity for the print
Edition Limit: 250
There is one print in stock ready to post. More prints can be made to order by my Fine Art Trade Guild printer, allow 10 to 15 days for delivery of new prints which will just have an acid free backing board (no mount) and will be priced at £55 each.
Also available as an A6 note card of the Keria drawing which I print onto Bockingford 190 gsm digital fine art paper with Epson archival Claria inks. £2.75 per card or £11 for 5 cards. Message me for orders.
Copyright Anne Fontenoy. All rights reserved
More flowers from the de Beauvoir Town garden in London N1, where I lived for a while. The Kerria bush would flower just after the Forsythia, so there were almost constant yellow flowers at the back of the garden in spring and summer as the Kerria often has a second bloom. I scanned the oil pastel and pencil drawing and it is printed for me by a Fine Art Trade Guild printer.
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