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Into the Wild Print

Into the Wild Print
  • IntoTheWildF14
  • IntoTheWildAV1F14
  • MontclairSofaNaturalAC14
  • AnnexeSectionalCollectnJB15
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The Story

Striking a serene balance between abstraction and realism, Emma Brooks isolates a stand of trees on blank paper, articulating each bough's needles in finely detailed watercolor. Our giclée reproduction of the original painting is presented as a single sheet without a mat in a clean, black wood frame.

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Into the Wild Print is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I purchased this piece online, and when it arrived I found that the print wasn't signed (not even as part of the reproduction), and the framing includes a PLASTIC cover not glass! I feel this piece is way overpriced given these two issues. I like the look of it in my living room, so I will keep it. Plus I don't want to go through the hassle of returning it and trying to find another piece of art for the space. But I am very disappointed, especially given the price. The plastic cover looks tacky - when anyone walks into my living room, the plastic is very visible because it has a wavey effect in the light coming through the door. Plus plastic offers no UV protection for the print (that I am aware of). Now I have to take it to the framing shop and have them install glass glass. Wow, what a disappointment!
Date published: 2014-11-19
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