Photo of a huge pile of newly harvested cork on the Herdade da Maroteira wine estate in the Alentejo region of Portugal. The landscape is famous for its rolling hills and cork oak trees (sobreiros) under which the tasty & famous black pig graze peacefully on acorns. The Alentejo is also famous for its wines.
This is a limited edition giclée print of a total issue of 50 prints of all sizes. The title of the work, artist’s name and unique number are printed on the paper.
Note that there is around 4 – 6 cm of white space around each print.
- Large A1 29.29 x 19.92 in (74.40 x 50.60 cm) image on 33.10 x 23.38 in (84.10 x 59.40 cm) sheet
- Medium A2 20.69 x 14.07 in (52.56 x 35.75 cm) image on 23.38 x 16.54 in (59.40 x 42.00 cm) sheet
The print is sold without a frame unless a frame option with its extra cost is selected. Unframed prints are rolled and packed into a cardboard postal tube.
Printing process and papers:
Our limited edition art prints are created “on-demand”- they are custom printed and quality checked by one of Manchester’s best fine art printing studios only once we have received your order.
What does “giclée” mean? French for a squirt or a spray, it came to be applied to the high quality inkjet printing that was first used to make reproductions of paintings, drawings or photos. Works of purely digital origin or software enhanced photos now provide the source of many giclée prints.
We use state of the art 12 colour Canon LUCIA pigment ink and large format printers. Choose between archival standard Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, a premium fine art paper with its own distinct texture; or Origin Matt paper which provides good balance between price and vivid print output.