I made this 13x19 print showcasing a botanical plate with 6 hand drawn illustrations of herbs in a retro French style with their names displayed in both French and English. The herbs are the most commonly used herbs in contemporary French cuisine: chives, dill, thyme, cilantro, basil and rosemary.
This print is available in 8x10, 11x14, 13x19, see the picture for comparison
This print is part of the Fruits and Vegetables Food Series. I was inspired by vintage French school posters. I added the English translation so you can learn some French, too, voilà! So if you’re getting hungry for more veggies, check out my other prints:
Getting hungry yet? You can also see additional French Food art prints to spice up your kitchen here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/GeraldineAdams?section_id=10279107
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❉ HANDMADE QUALITY
▶ I draw, color, print and sign each of my prints in my home in San Jose.
▶ I only trust super bright colorful archival inks that you will enjoy for at least the next 80 years.
▶ I designed it specifically to perfectly fit in a 13"x19" frame.
❉ ADDITIONAL INFO
▶ The paper size is 13”x19” (33,02 x 48,26 cm). The actual colored space with the signature is 12"x18”. There is a white border for easy framing. My signature is on the front.
▶ I use archival acid-free matte paper, manufactured with wind power, an acid-free protective sleeve with a backing board made from 100% recycled, acid-free paper. The tissue paper used for gift-wrapping is also recycled.
▶ I carefully pack the art print in a sleeve and ship it in a tube with USPS.
▶ I ship with USPS First class mail and the delivery confirmation is included for the USA.
▶ Please note that my prints are NOT framed and that the colors may appear differently on your screen.
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Copyright 2011 Géraldine Adams
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