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Every Grain of Rice, Large Giclee Print

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archival ink, archival acid free paper


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My late aunt Annabel Low and I wrote Every Grain of Rice: A Taste of Our Chinese Childhood to record our family’s recipes and our reminiscenses of growing up in a large immigrant family in the Sacramento Valley. The book is out of print, but can be found used on amazon.com from different vendors. This print uses some of the book's over-100 watercolor paintings, originally painted on cold-pressed watercolor paper.

Signed giclée print on heavy acid-free paper, printed with archival-quality ink.

Care is taken in choosing an acid-free paper and archival-quality ink for greatest longevity and color fidelity. I want you all to enjoy these prints for a long time. In addition to these measures, I recommend keeping the prints out of prolonged direct sunlight, and using UV glass in your frame.

16” x 20” $70.00 (plus $10.00 shipping)* (See other listings for Every Grain of Rice for other print sizes.)

*Shipped flat via priority mail. No additional shipping charge for additional prints in same order.


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The best possible care will be used in packaging and shipping, but accidents do happen. Please notify me as soon as possible if your print is damaged in shipment, so I can remedy the problem.

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Prints are protected in a clear plastic envelope, then sandwiched in a stiff cardboard envelope reinforced with corrugated cardboard so they may be shipped flat rather than rolled in a tube. This will help insure the prints arrive in the best possible condition for framing.
I use US Postal Service Priority Mail.
Customers outside the USA may contact me to work out shipping and handling costs based on actual shipping costs to your country. Customs or duties are the responsibility of the customer, and, where appropriate, may be added to shipping costs.