- "Artichoke, Radishes, Potatoes, and Leaves"
- Print on Fine Art Paper
- copyright 2014 Kelly Borsheim
- FREE SHIPPING ON ALL PRINT SIZES!
I painted these vegetables from live models. Oh, those radishes! They started to crack after such a short time. The old barrel I found in an antique shop in Florence, Italy, acts like a cornucopia in this classic still life painting composition. Also included is an artichoke and two potatoes, artwork for your favorite foodie or cook, painted in a vintage style painting called tenebrism (light emerging from a dark background) and will make some lovely wall decor for your kitchen or dining room. Great housewarming gift, too!
Reproduction on fine Italian paper with a little bit of white border, unframed. (The word "Print" will not appear on the print.) Each version is printed on quality Italian paper.
If interested in the ORIGINAL oil painting, please message me here. Thank you!
Other sizes available, just ask, and I will make a listing for you!
Each reproduction is printed on quality fine art paper. (The word "Print" will not appear on the print.) Your fine art print will have some white border [making the total dimensions larger than the size you order].
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I usually need 1-2 business days to create your print and will ship soon after. Let me know if you need the art by a certain date or have any other requests in the personalization section, where you put your phone number for shipping.
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I recommend framing behind a non-glare glass, with a mat, and simple frame.
The color of the mat and frame should go with the color of the print. A white mat gives a traditional, classically clean look.
For black and white images, I recommend the traditional look of a white or slightly off-white wide mat with a simple black frame (and non-reflective glass if possible).
Care for your print just as you would any work on paper:
do not display in direct sun and protect from humidity. The framer should attach the print to the support ONLY on the TOP edge, allowing the paper to hang freely behind the mat. That freedom allows the paper to respond well to most levels of changing humidity.
And thank you so much! Enjoy your art,