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Small. Simple. Beautiful. Elegant. So often the smallest things in nature are worth a closer look.

This print is based on a watercolor painting I did of a lovely snowdrop (galanthus) in my garden. When the snowdrops bloom, you know that spring is not far behind.

Unframed archival print
Paper: 5 x 7 inches
Image: Approx. 3¼ x 4 inches
Materials: Epson Ultrachrome Inks on beautiful fine art paper

I work very hard on my prints to make sure that they are as close as possible to my original work. I produce them in my studio on my Epson R1900 printer.

The image has been sized to fit perfectly in any mat or frame with a 5 x 7 inch opening (or 4 x 6 if trimmed).

This image is also available as a set of note cards:

I will mail your print in a sturdy, rigid kraft envelope. I will sign the print on its front and title and date it on its back.

All monitors are slightly different so the colors appearing on your screen may be slightly different than those of the print. In general, the colors of the print will be more delicate than what you are seeing on your computer screen.

Purchase of a print does not transfer reproduction rights. Copyright remains with me, the artist, at all times. © Kathleen Maunder 2015

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Snowdrop Watercolor, Floral Print, Spring Flowers, Snowdrop Painting, Springtime, Garden, Galanthus, Green, 5 x 7 Print

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival ink, my heart, beautiful paper
  • Ships worldwide from Montreal, Canada
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