I’m really excited to share this limited edition giclée print of one of my personal favorite oil paintings – the Camperdown Elm in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. This curious old tree has been standing tall for over 150 years, and this might be one of the last paintings done before a significant branch broke off.
I printed it on Arches Aquarelle 240gm archival watercolor paper using Epson Archival Ultrachrome K3 ink, which I find does a really great job of capturing the vibrant colors and fine details of the original painting.
There are only 30 prints in this limited edition, and I’ve signed, dated, and numbered each one along the white border. Each print also has at least a .5″ inch white border around the image, so you can frame or mat it however you like.
Your print will come packed in an archival plastic sleeve with an archival foam backing to keep it safe, and I’ll ship it flat to you.
The print is available in several sizes, so you can choose the one that fits best in your space. And just to be clear, the frame and mat aren’t included.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope this print brings a piece of Brooklyn’s beautiful greenspace into your home!