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Eliza Southwood

Untitled

Art on A Postcard

£150.00 GBP

Limited Edition Print

Print

About

Available Framed or Unframed - Limited Edition of 50

Print Size: 50 x 70 cm
When Framed: 64 x 84 cm

Eliza Southwood

Eliza’s architectural training fostered a technical eye for detail and colour, which is apparent in her artwork. After practicing as an architect for ten years, she decided to take up a career as a full time artist and illustrator in 2011. From the age of ten she spent her childhood in a remote part of Spain, where she grew up drawing and painting scenes of local life in the mountains. . Her speciality is silk screen printing, but she also works in mixed media, watercolour and acrylic. One of her favourite subjects is cycling, and over the years she has a produced a wide range of cycling themed prints, many of which are inspired by bike races.

Art on a Postcard

We are pleased to present the incredible chance to own a new limited edition print by Eliza Southwood.

This stunning artwork was originally donated by the artist for Art On A Postcard 2016 - a campaign to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust, the national UK charity for hepatitis C. Founded, led and run by people with personal experience of the effects of hepatitis C, Art on a Postcard's main objective is to eliminate hepatitis C as a major health concern by 2030.

Proceeds from your purchase of this print will go towards helping The Trust in achieving their goal. 

 

Details

Frame:
- The frame is produced using a high quality wood moulding.
- The frame is mounted with a 5cm antique white mount. The print, mount, glazing and hardboard is all held in place using rigid metal tabs.
- On the reverse of the frame there is a metal hanging apparatus stamped directly into the hardboard which requires hammer a nail or screw into the wall, the metal hanger then sits directly over this. 
-These framed prints aren't glass, to prevent damage in shipping we use styrene glazing.

Framing can take up to 2 weeks to be delivered. 

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