The eye of the needle
The famous chalk cliffs of Étretat, France on the Alabaster coast of Normandy. The arhced rock formation that has eroded naturally over thousands of years is called the Porte d'Aval, and the needle next to it is appropriately called l'Aiguille. The pristine turquoise waters look so inviting!
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Giclée ink on premium satin lustre photographic paper, which provides a subtle pearl like texture. The lustre finish gives a deeper colour saturation than matte papers which lends itself to impressive colour depth and deeper blacks. Unframed prints will have a small border to enable you to add a mount and frame without losing any of the image. This border will not be visible on framed prints.
Giclée ink which will last 100+ years on a 400gsm cotton canvas hand stretched over a European kiln dried knotless pine frame. The corner fold is perfectly finished and the edge profiles are white (38mm deep). I can get the edges printed in black if you prefer. Just send an email when ordering, or request it in the additional info section on the checkout page. The canvas will be ready to hang,
Giclée ink on premium quality satin lustre photography paper with an acid free, sustainably sourced mount. The classic frame is made from sustainably sourced wood and is hand stained (white). It is 22mm deep. It has a glass glaze and is delivered ready to hang. The finished size refers to the complete frame.
The inks are water based, but archival quality lasting an estimated 100+ years. The paper is sustainably sourced, free of plastics and vegan friendly. The box frame is made from sustainably sourced wood.
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