With Christmas now less than a month away, people’s thoughts are quickly turning to the festive season and gift-giving. Nina Fowler Print (NFP) offers a number of stylish prints with custom framing options and complimentary gift-wrapping – a perfect present for friends and relatives who appreciate beautiful, elegant artwork.
Perhaps you know someone who is looking for an affordable first print to take centre-stage in a room, or dedicated collector who would love to pick up an exclusive new item. NFP offers a wide selection of high quality prints based on original works by the artist Nina Fowler and careful selected guest artists that will delight any art lover.
These prints are available in a range of sizes to suit all homes and spaces: Merrily II, an outstanding piece of draftsmanship, is available in A5 format (21cm x 14.8cm); while large-scale A0 (118cm x 84.1cm) pieces such as Wild Ride would make an impact in any room in which they were hung.
Using the Giclée printing process, the works are printed onto heavy, fine art Hahnemühle photo-rag paper. The smooth yet slightly textured surface of this paper allows for the highest quality reproduction of the original artwork. The inks used are archival and will not fade. All NFP’s prints are limited edition items and each comes signed, numbered and dated by the artist.
When purchasing Fowler’s prints, UK residents can choose one of our stylish custom, metal frames which are hand-made, using modern techniques to produce clean, sharp edges. We use UV filtering acrylic to protect the prints from sunlight.
This Christmas NFP is offering a complimentary copy of Fowler’s monograph ‘Nina Mae Fowler: Measuring Elvis’ (RRP: £45.00) with any purchase over £75. ‘Measuring Elvis’ is currently stocked in many bookshops including the Tate Modern. You can read more about the book by clicking here.
Orders for framed prints must be placed by Friday 2nd December in order to guarantee delivery by Christmas. Please note that we are unable to offer this bespoke framing service to overseas orders. Orders for unframed prints must be placed by Monday 12th December (for UK and worldwide).
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