Floral Study #2 | Fine Art Print | Annie Everingham
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Whilst we understand that delays of any length can be frustrating, we want to assure you that we are doing everything in our power to get your orders to you as quickly and safely as possible. However, at this time we are unable to provide any guarantees regarding delivery.
Metro Areas within Australia
1-3 business days
Non-Metro Areas within Australia
3-10 business days
- Posters, photographs and art prints are carefully rolled with protective paper to protect against dust before being packaged in a tube. Prints should only be removed by a professional framer. The Art and Framing Company is not responsible for any scratches or damage to a print once it has been removed from its packaging.
- Framed items and Canvas items are first bubble wrapped then placed in cardboard shipping carton custom fit to each order.
- Acrylic Products are wrapped in tissue paper, bubble wrapped then placed in cardboard shipping carton custom fit to each order.
The following size charts are guides for purchasing prints from The Iconic Archival, The Art and Framing Company and The Edit Collections. For sizing advice on specific products, such as our Artist's prints and original artworks, please refer to the product information below the product or contact our team.
The Iconic Archival Collection:
Sizes listed on Iconic Archival Collection products are based on the IMAGE SIZE. Please carefully read the table below to see the finished size of your chosen product before making your selection. Framed Print sizes take into account the size of the frame's face reveal as well as the 7cm Matt border around the print. Framed Canvas sizes include the Canvas Float Frame's face reveal as well as the shadow line gap between the canvas and the frame. Canvas are printed border-less, or 'edge to edge', where the image meets the edge of the canvas.
The Art and Framing Company & The Edit Collections:
Sizes listed on The Art and Framing Company and The Edit products are based on the PRINT SIZE. Please carefully read the table below to see the finished size of your chosen product before making your selection. Framed Print sizes include the size of the frame's face reveal as well as the 5cm print border around the image. Framed Canvas sizes takes into account the Canvas Float Frame's face reveal as well as the shadow line gap between the canvas and the frame. Canvas are printed border-less, or 'edge to edge', where the image meets the edge of the canvas.
Giclée open edition print.
High quality reproduction of an original artwork, printed onto 290gsm Moab Entrada fine art paper using archival standard inks.
This print is available in two sizes:
Small: Paper size: 48cm x 61cm - Includes 2" white border
Large: Paper size: 76cm x 91cm - Includes 3" white border
Finished Framed Print Size: (If Framing option selected)
48 x 61cm = 51 x 64cm Framed
76 x 91cm = 79 x 94cm Framed
Delivery Info and Lead Times
Door to door delivery can take as little as 1-week or, in some cases up to 16 weeks depending on availability, manufacturing and shipping times.
Please feel free to contact our team if you would like dates and more details.
Annie Everingham is an Australian visual artist and creative freelancer. An
intuitive and colour driven creative, she combines a love of textile design,
fashion, interiors and art to encapsulate the elements of beauty found in everyday life across a range of creative platforms.
While a keen illustrator and painter since childhood, Annie was formally trained in
design, with no plans to pursue her art practice professionally. But while completing her graduate year of a fashion & textile design degree through the prestigious UTS Fashion program in Sydney, and yet to demonstrate a sound ability to thread a bobbin properly, Annie discovered the art of
creating abstract textures and prints on fabric and left sewing tailored pants to the
experts. She found her groove by stripping back the garment design process and
shifting her focus to creating abstract patterns, textures and artworks through
hand painting, dyeing and digital printing onto silks, and her practice has continued to evolve ever since.
Annie is now a full time creative and operates a small studio based art business
in the coastal city of Newcastle, Australia.