Available in 79.9x45cm & 120×67.5cm
248 in stock
These small expanses of water that we call the lake in Occitanie, emerge in the hollow of the limestone rock dug a long time ago by men or by God, or both at the same time since they are attributed to the action of Saint Nanphaise. It is in November or Spring, when their water levels are at their highest, that they offer us in the clarity of the Occitanie skies an image of paradise.
Limited edition, as opposed to mass production, means that our prints are produced in small run to preserve and increase their value over time for collectors.
Signed — Each edition is hand-signed by the artist.
Certified — They come with a certificate of authenticity.
Numbered — They are numbered in the back according to the edition they correspond to (ex: 157/250).
Shipping Costs — Enjoy free delivery in France on all orders. For other parts of the world, shipping rates vary depending on the destination. Artwork insurance is included in the shipping cost.
Delivery time — We work with our local partner (Picto) in Toulouse to ensure the highest possible printing quality. Please allow between 7 to 15 days for order placed in Europe and up to 20 days for International orders.
Returns — If for any reason you are not fully satisfied with your artwork, you can return it for a full refund 30 days after receiving it.
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Painter and etcher, Anne Turlais is a multi-medium artist seeking to express universality and unity through diverse facets of ‘living matters’.
Her mode of expression is colors, lights, and a harmony of lines. She produces artists’ books, monotypes, oils on canvases. In 2002, she moved her workshop from Paris to Saint Cirq Lapopie, and to Cabrerets in 2009.
Dibond x Fine Art Paper
The highest standard of printing quality.
Each edition is carefully reviewed as we work closely with our local partner in Toulouse to ensure the industry’s highest standards. Using Fine Art Paper overlaid on 3mm Dibond, we combine cutting-edge technology with true craftmanship.
Versatile and easy to manipulate.
We chose Dibond to give a no-frame contemporary look to the artwork, while also preserving a functional aspect as it is ligthweight and easy to hang.
Brings vibrant colors back to life.
To preserve the true nature of colors, we use natural pigments on Fine Art Paper that we overlay on Dibond.
Moreover, Dibond also allows for a direct contact with the pigmentary colors, as it not covered with glass (there is no reflection).
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