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Acrylic on paper
20 x 20cm (unframed)
32 x 32cm (framed)
Framed only with AR70 specialist glass
Signed by the artist
Proof of provenance is included with the artwork.
Exclusive to Smithson Gallery
"I have looked to nature for this collection of works, with three series of unique screenprints, Stripe, Crown and Rose plus a new collection of collages, Peaches. Taking inspiration from Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours the two smaller series of unique works on paper are based on two British birds, the male Bullfinch and the Kingfisher.
First published in 1814, Werner's Nomenclature of Colours is a taxonomic guide to colour which has been used by naturalists for over two centuries. In the late 1790's Abraham Gottlob Werner devised his own standardised colour scheme, which allowed the writer to describe even the subtlest of chromatic differences with consistent terminology. Scottish flower painter Patrick Syme later enhanced and extended Werner's work to include all of the most common colours or tints that appear in nature, with each colour swatch accompanied by examples from the Animal, Vegetable and Mineral Kingdoms."
- Frea Buckler, 2021
Presented framed only with specialist Anti Reflective 70% UV glass to ensure the archival qualities & depth of colour is maintained.
The artwork is float mounted (not raised on foam) and presented in a white woodgrain frame as per the image examples below:
Artwork shipping costs are calculated according to artwork size, framing and delivery location, as below:
UK - £20.00
Europe - £40.00
Rest of World - £75.00
We take our responsibility of caring for the artworks very seriously, and whether framed or unframed we package artworks with the utmost care and protection using high quality sustainable materials. Unframed works are always packaged flat to ensure artworks arrive in excellent condition (however, please get in touch if you would like to discuss options).