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An original handmade screen print and Karisma pencil on finest quality Fabriano 100% cotton paper (300gsm)
signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil at the bottom . edition of 20 . sold unframed

Paper size: 76 x 57cm
Image size: 52 x 39cm

All my prints are created entirely by hand, from the initial drawings, mixing of the inks, to the actual pulling of the ink across the silk screen onto finest quality paper. Every edition is very small, so you are buying something unique and of the highest quality, lasting a lifetime. This is different to 'Limited edition giclee' prints which are reproductions (inkjet prints from a computer) and not originals.

To find out more and view other work visit .

I like to work around repetition, forming patterns, and here using lines and stripes, also hand drawn textures to add interest. This print forms part of my plant collection and is based on the leaves from a eucalyptus tree.
link to other print shown:

Shipped carefully wrapped in tissue paper and bubble wrap then packaged in a wide sturdy tube for safe delivery.

Colours: beige/grey background with a duck egg blue and off white.
pencil colours: Fushia pink, burnt umber, ochre and soft grey.
Sold unframed.

Thanks for looking
Emma Lawrenson © all rights reserved
copyright non-transferable with sale

Abstract screenprint / large screenprint, blues, white, grey, original, handmade on finest quality paper by Emma Lawrenson

$327.82 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: waterbased inks, Fabriano Rosaspina Italian paper
  • Ships worldwide from Holmfirth, United Kingdom
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