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A signed archival print celebrating Motherhood, Family, the Woman & Child. Intimate Emotional Moments of Maternity, Pregnancy, Nursing, Parenting & Childhood. This piece is a high quality print from an original painting, on heavy weight smooth paper, With its white border it fits perfectly into a 12x12 frame!


Available as 8x10, 12x12 or 13x19 inch print.

From The Artist, About the Image:
A warm beam of spring, a smooth soft baby to caress, a moment of rest…

A fresh archival print, for durability and long life.

When a piece touches you and delivers the memories that stem from your loving relationship with your child(ren), that piece should be passed down ~ shared with the next generation. With these new archival prints, that is possible. Why enjoy your print for 10 years, when your family can enjoy it for 150 years?

ARCHIVAL: An image meant to have lasting life, in this case 150-200 years. Archival pigments (inks) are meant to last indefinitely, if treated with care, and are of museum grade.


Each print is signed by the artist in the lower right corner, enclosed in a protective clear bag with a recycled acid free backing board, and shipped in a stiff mailer for protection.


Learn more here:
http://www.kmberggren.com

Meet the owner of kmberggren

Katie m. Berggren

Sun Beam, mother and child sun sleeping art print

$22.00+

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: high quality print on heavy weight, smooth acid free paper, acid free backing board, protective clear bag
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1063 reviews
  • Favorited by: 63 people