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MOIRA FRITH

The Botanist No. 2 (Print)

£245.00

MOIRA FRITH

The Botanist No. 2 (Print)

£245.00

Product Details

A limited edition print by Moira Frith

Edition of 50

Unframed: £245

Framed: £355

Print size: 84 x 59 cm (34" x 24") 

Frame size: 86 x 61 cm (35" x 25" ) 

Giclee printed on paper stock: Awagami Washi Bamboo 170 gsm

(The finest quality, archival, acid-free paper. 100% ecological, crafted from natural fibres + pure mountain water, it’s handmade for beautiful print output and longevity.)

Printed in England

Signed edition label on reverse

FRAME CHOCES

Oak, White or Black Wood without mount (for Large)

Please note: Our framers are recognised by the Fine Art Trade Guild for their quality because the custom frames have tightly pinned corners, and are made from precision cut wood in England, made bespoke for each order. All our frames are glazed with our Clarity+ Perspex. It's cut from the highest quality acrylic sheet that's both crystal clear, but also safe and filters out 99% of UV light to protect the artwork. 

 

THE STORY

THE BOTANIST by MOIRA FRITH

A new collection of six, large-scale limited edition prints by Moira Frith, taken from the artist’s original watercolours which were commissioned exclusively for this print edition.

There is a sense of wonder in Moira Frith’s huge botanical studies, not surprising as they are from the imagination of a trained biologist who has spent many long hours in the field, looking as closely as you can at flora and fauna, animals and birds.

In a colour palette of dusty pinks, greens and dark browns with pops of brighter colours, the prints resemble the faded beauty and two-dimensional abstraction that can be found in antique pressed botanical specimens. 

The plants are ambiguous in their identification - perhaps they are the findings of an exploration into a new rain forest, or rare wildflowers found high in the Atlas mountains - but whatever their species, there is something incredibly tangible, organic and exotic even about these works that clearly play with a fascination for the natural world.