My working sketches from the salt marsh – Hilary Kington
Limited Edition Prints
Some of my watercolour paintings are available as short-run Giclée prints.
These are high quality fade-resistant prints strictly limited to an edition of only 25.
They are supplied ready mounted for you to pop in a frame yourself or can be purchased fully framed.
All of the prints are signed by the artist and some even have original artist’s sketches on the mount.
Resting Lapwing and Snipe – two of my favourite wading birds! Price from £85
Goldfinches and Teasels – everyone loves goldfinches! Price from £85
Curlew and Hare – a marriage made in heaven, two evocative creatures. This was inspired by a stubble field on the east coast of Scotland. Price £85
SNIPE – then there were three – shades of ochres and watery reflections. Price £95
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The fine art term giclée (zhee-klay) denotes an archival quality print produced using fade-resistant inks on acid-free paper resulting in a beautiful print which will stand the test of time (over a 100 years it is said).
The word giclée was created by French printmaker Jack Duganne in 1991 to define a fine art digital print made on an inkjet printer and comes from the French verb gicler meaning to squirt or spray.
These prints come ready mounted using polar white acid-free Colourmount mount board and acid-free backing board.
I use British made contemporary ash frames with a natural grain finish. They are 20mm wide.
Due to the potential breakage and weight of framed prints it is not possible to send frames abroad.