Artwork Description

Reproduction Print on paper

Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.

Align - Reproduction print. Only 100 prints of this size - A1 (594cm x 841cm)

This simple and elegant figurative drawing focusses on the universal posture of meditation, prayer and centring. It evokes peacefulness, wellbeing and connectedness.

This artwork is a beautifully rendered charcoal drawing which has been reproduced with stunning precision on Canson 310gsm photo rag paper.

All print editions are numbered on the front and signed within the print. An extra signature will be penned on the back of the print in addition to a certificate of authenticity.

Strictly limited edition print run of 100 prints.

IMPORTANT: Prints will be ordered from the printer before being signed and sent from the artist. please allow a few extra days for printing plus shipping times.

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Medium

Reproduction print (requires framing)

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Unframed (requires framing)

This artwork is unframed and requires framing.

Sarah Frost

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