Small Fine Art Prints taken from Originals by Sam Martin Art
Sam Martin is a self taught artist who loves being in the great outdoors. She walks every day and this is where the inspiration for most of her work comes from. Through her love of the countryside and walking, she sees the landscape in blocks of colour and this is reflected in her paintings.
She has taken her most frequently painted scenes and created a series of signed, open edition fine art Giclee prints. They are printed on xpressions smooth white 300 gsm 100 year archival paper. They come mounted in cream and in a cellophane sleeve for protection.
Small prints measure 13x8.5" and the mount measures 17x13" (apart from Blossom & Bluebells print - dimension below)
Each print varies in dimension (dimensions listed below). The print comes in a cellophane sleeve for protection.
Blossom & Bluebells print - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Blossom & bluebells in Grasmere'. Small print measures 11.5x11.5" and the mount measures 16x16".
Springtime on Cat Bells - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Spring Flowers in Langdale'.
Ambleside Meadow - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Ambleside Meadow'.
Pavey Ark - A mounted signed open edition print of ‘Pavey Ark’ in Langdale.
Sharp Edge on Blencathra - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Sharp Edge on Blencathra'.
Striding Edge - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Striding Edge'.
Buttercups above Loweswater - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Buttercups above Loweswater'.
Windermere from Brant Fell - A mounted signed open edition print of ‘Windermere from Brant Fell’.
Spring Flowers in Langdale - A mounted signed open edition print of 'Spring Flowers in Langdale'.
Read about the artist/maker, here.
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