made in britain
A colourful and exciting abstract watercolour skyline art print of the city of Glasgow, Scotland.
Both the fine art print and poster versions (suitable for framing) or the ready-to-hang canvas print make an impactful centerpiece for any room. This cityscape of Glasgow, Scotland is brought to life with dynamic and bright watercolours on a white or aged vinatge style background, adding a contemporary splash of colour to any wall where this artwork is placed.
This artwork is available as an unframed satin poster print, an unframed luxury fine art print or stunning ready-to-hang canvas. The canvas versions also feature two panoramic sizes.
There is a choice of two background colours, plain white or an aged vintage style off-white.
Satin poster print option (unframed):
Poster prints are giclee printed on high-quality, heavyweight (260 gsm) paper with a satin coating that enhances colour depth and contrast.
Fine art print option (unframed):
Art prints are giclee printed on a beautiful, heavyweight (310 gsm), lightly textured 100% cotton rag fine art paper.
Ready-to-hang canvas option:
Canvas prints are Giclee printed on to European sourced, luxury matt poly canvas (280 gsm) for fantastic colour reproduction and incredible durability.
They are then hand-stretched over kiln-dried FSC approved pine frames, secured with air-staples on the reverse, and covered with backing tape for protection. Dentate hangers are attached for easy hanging, and corner wedges fitted so the canvas can be re-tensioned if ever necessary.
To ensure superb colour vibrancy, only museum grade pigment inks, guaranteed fade-proof for up to 100 years (indoors or behind glass), are used in the printing process.
Satin Poster and Fine Art print sizes:
Small 30x40cm (12x16 inches) , Medium 42x59.4 cm (A2), Large 50x70 cm.
Ready-to-hang Canvas Print sizes:
Small 30x40cm (12x16 inches), Medium 40x55 cm (16x22 inches), Large 55x86 cm (22x34 inches).
Panoramic: Small 25x55 cm (10x22 inches), Panoramic Large 40x86 cm (16x34 inches).
All on 1.8cm deep frames.