A stunning limited edition signed giclee print of that most famous of the Glencoe mountains, Buachaille Etive Mor or 'the Buachaille' as it is more commonly known. I have a number of paintings of Glencoe such is the dramatic nature and lure of this mountainous glen. I think i will always be doing or planning another painting of this area.
This is a stunning and high quality limited edition signed giclee print on artists archival 310gsm portrait velvet paper.
This beautiful framed print will add colour, presence and interest to any wall.
Available in three sizes :-
Extra Large image size is 450 mm square which gives a large framed size of 26" square
Large image size is 350 mm square which gives a medium framed size of 21" square
Small image size is 205 mm square which gives a framed size of 16"square
- Cello wrapped 'Mounted only' with backing board to suit above the sizes
The print will be signed numbered and titled in 6b pencil along the bottom border of the image by artist.
** The mounted only sizes correspond to the Large Medium and Small framed sizes so are are slightly smaller dimensions to allow for width of frame
Giclee prints are printed and inspected individually to suit the order. They use superior lightfast inks so they will retain their colour and vibrancy indefinately. They will never fade unlike normal cheaper mass produced prints which will fade out in a few short years.
My paintings were all professionally photographed by top a Scottish 'artists photographer' which allows for fantastic accurate artistic reproduction, colour and the vibrancy of the giclee prints.
Acrylic glass will be used in the framed large prints that are being shipped out. Its framing shop quality acrylic glass and not an inferior plastic glass .
The sizes in the images are not scale and the frames are all for display purposes only to display the images . They are mock ups using similar white and black frames from internet to show the artwork in a good light. My frames are actually nicer i think.
All my printing, framing , photography requirements and art materials are sourced locally.