This gorgeous poppy print is both poignant and strikingly gorgeous. A field full of poppies growing as far back as the eye can see.
Taken from Brighton artist Jacqueline Hammond’s Signification of the Poppy series of paintings, this piece, titled ‘Field of Dreams’ is imbued with drama, atmosphere and emotion – both a nod to fallen soldiers, past and present, and an expression of hope and positivity for a more peaceful future. The vibrant red palette and impression of poppies growing as far back as the eye can see, give this image a sense of depth and texture.
The vibrant red palette and impression of poppies growing as far back as the eye can see, give this image a sense of depth and texture.
Price shown is for an unframed print on semi-gloss paper stock. Please use the drop down menu for size, type and display options which include a fine art, archival quality giclée print as well as ready to hang canvas. Prints on paper can be supplied already mounted or framed in a lovely white, bevel edged, natural wood, 3.5cm deep edge frame (frames UK only).
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If you require ready to hang wall art, we suggest the option of a frameless stretched canvas print which gives a high quality finish, as well as adding value to the artwork.
High grade semi-gloss paper stock, fine art archival paper with a matt finish, presented with a backing board and cellophane wrapped or 100% cotton canvas. Printed with giclee, archival quality inks.
Size unframed 30x30cm (290x290mm picture area) or 50x50cm
Size mounted 40x40cm
Size framed 45x45cm
Canvas size options listed in drop down menu.
Other sizes available – please submit an enquiry.
Images copyright © Jacqueline Hammond