Handmade lino print, printed using Cranfield colours ink which is lightfast and gives a deep, rich colour.
The design is based on the tale of Sleeping Beauty, featuring the knight's horse and the forest of thorns.
This art is printed on Kitakata Washi Japanese paper, which is a beautiful, high quality, tear resistant paper. It has lovely deckled edges which you can see from the photographs. The paper is smooth but you can see a light texture of the fibres which is gorgeous. It is an off-white which adds to the vintage look.
Every part of this print is made using the best quality materials possible and I feel it would look so beautiful on a wall in a study, or living room.
Each print will come packaged plastic free, with a print number, signature and print title at the bottom of the image. Please note that each copy is printed by hand, so each is unique. The paper size is as accurate as possible, but again this may be a mm either way because of the fray on the edges of the paper. I would be inclined to wait to receive the print before ordering a frame, just to measure your particular print and decide how you want it to fit in a frame.
Any questions, please ask! I'm selling the first 4 prints at £20 and after that they will go up to £25, so grab one at a bargain.
This piece is inspired by the tale of Sleeping beauty, and depicts the knight's horse encountering the forest of thorns at the castle. I chose climbing roses for this art, as I find them particularly beautiful.
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