Giclée printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag cotton paper in sizes 8x12" to 16x24"
This is Pieter de la Court painted in about 1667, seen here in judicial robes and before of a bust of Socrates looking a little gloomy. That's nothing that some bright yellow spray paint can't fix!
We have desaturated the original artwork expect for his skin tones, defaced with spray paint and then applied a quirky eye effect - the result is sure to brighten up any room. The finished piece is then framed in a lovely solid wooden frame availble in either black or white.
This artwork is produced using a Giclée fine art printing process using high quality 400gsm cotton canvas stretched over a wooden frame milled from European kiln dried knotless pine. The finished canvas is then beautifully concealed within a solid wooden floating frame available in either a black or white finish.
The finished frame is 1.5" (38mm) thick at the sides, with the thin front of the frame sitting 5mm from the edge of the canvas, creating a lovely floating border.
Everything is assembled and finished by hand to the very highest standard.
Sizes available for this piece:
Perhaps you are looking for a different colour for the defacing or maybe even a different type of frame? Get in touch about our bespoke service.
All of our artwork is made to order and therefore subject to a lead time. This is currently 2-3 weeks for canvas prints but we always try to dispatch as quickly as possible.
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U.S Shipping for this print from $65 and Europe from 20€. International delivery times vary (typically 2-5 working days) and the total shipping charges will be confirmed before you check out.
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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.