Hip Hop Harriet
With the ever growing popularity of Paul’s cow imagery and the success of his graffiti paintings Paul decided to bring the two concepts together. He had painted ‘Harriet’ previously as part of his ‘Head in the Clouds’ series and decided to experiment by painting her in this Urban setting – so now ‘The cows have come to town’! She pairs well with ‘Kred Gordon’.
Giclée and Limited Edition Information
Giclée Paper – Limited edition of 100 plus artist proofs (low inventory)
Giclée Box Canvas – Limited edition of 100 plus artist proofs
All limited edition prints are checked, numbered and hand signed by Paul James and include a Certificate of Authenticity.
Giclée is a French word meaning ‘a spray of liquid”. This inkjet printing method uses high quality UV long lasting pigment inks on archival grade paper or canvas.
When you select this option, your Giclée canvas print will arrive to you pre-stretched over a quality wooden box structure. The box structure means this option is ready to hang and you do not need an additional frame.
The overall size is 91cm high x 91cm wide and 4.5cm deep.
Our box canvases are gallery wrapped, which means that the sides of the box canvas are black in colour, giving the image a “framed” appearance when viewed from the side.
Giclée Box Canvas – Framed With Our Optional Matt Black Wooden Frame
When you select this option, your Giclée box canvas print will arrive arrive to you pre-stretched over a quality wooden box structure, and then set into a chunky black wooden frame.
This optional frame is matt black with a slight ‘wood grain’ texture. When you select this framed option in the drop down list the main image will change to show you how the artwork will look in this frame.
The overall size when framed 103cm high x 103cm wide x 5.5cm deep.
A leading contemporary animal and landscape realist painter – Paul is world renowned for the skill and craftsmanship of his artwork. He dedicates himself to each piece with passion. Freedom is his forte and therefore his work is always fresh and current.