Open edition fine art Giclée prints created from original painting by Dorset artist Richard Watkin. Available in A4, A3 and A2 sizes. All prints are signed by Richard. FREE POSTAGE
What's the Story? - Richard can never resist painting a grand house and Kingston Maurward near Dorchester is no exception. The house commissioned by George Pitt, (cousin of William Pitt the Elder) was originally built in brick and later at the bequest/suggestion of the Monarch clad in Portland stone. We think brick would have blended in better with its surroundings but clearly the Georgians thought differently!
Free Postage - We say to allow up to 7 working days for delivery but it is usually quicker. Smaller prints are sent in recycled board backed envelopes, A2 prints will be sent rolled in a cardboard tube.
What is Giclée Printing? - The word Giclée is derived from the French verb gicler meaning “to squirt or spray” and is used to describe a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve print of superior archival quality and a print life of more than 85 years. We use a 12 colour injet printer and print on 315gsm 100% acid free cotton paper The smaller prints are wrapped in cellobags that can be put in your recycling bin and the A2 prints are wrapped in acid free tissue paper.
We have taken into consideration that you may not want to go to the expense of having your prints professionally framed (although they do look great when they are!) so have kept to standard sizes, these all include an approximate 5mm white border -
A4 Prints - (paper size) 21cm x 29.7cm will fit 'off the shelf' A4 frames
A3 Prints - (paper size) 29.7cm x 42cm will fit 'off the shelf' A3 frames, but check frame measurement first
A2 Prints - (paper size) 42cm x 59.4cm will fit 'off the shelf' A2 frames
A6 Postcards - (card size) 148mm x 105mm will fit off the shelf frames if required
Large Postcards - (card size) 127mm x 177mm (5" x 7") will fit off the shelf frames if required