Save up to £30 when you buy these two prints together via this bundle:
One features a portrait of a painted lady from 1670 called Margaretha Godin and the other is an 1802 self-portrait of the american artist John Trumbull. Both prints have been defaced by us naughty boys at P&R and feature a colourful continuing bar effect over and obscuring the original prints. Both are also complimented with a printed illusion frame that's actually printed on the same canvas as the artworks.
These artworks are produced using a Giclée fine art printing process using high quality tight-weave 400gsm cotton canvas. These are then stretched over wooden frames milled from European kiln dried knotless pine. Everything is assembled and finished by hand to the very highest standard.
The frames are 1.5" (38mm) thick with the colour bar and illusion frame effect continuing and wrapped onto the sides of the pieces.
Sizes available for this pair:
All of our artwork is made to order and therefore subject to a lead time. This is currently 1-2 weeks for canvas prints but we always try to dispatch as quickly as possible.
UK delivery is free on all canvas prints and normally takes 1-3 working days once your artwork is ready.
U.S. and most European shipping for this artwork, up to size 30x40", is now free.
International shipping available to most countries, delivery times vary (typically 2-8 working days) and any shipping charges will be confirmed before you check out.
For more info please see our delivery and returns page.
Prince & Rebel is a Covent Garden based design house specialising in eccentric, quirky and unusual art prints. We are happy to help with any queries you might have, just contact us.