Through the Bluebells (Large)
In April and May, our ancient woodlands are awash with the much-loved, nodding heads of the bluebell
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Through the Bluebells by Susan Entwistle
In April and May, our ancient woodlands are awash with the much-loved, nodding heads of the bluebell. Millions of bulbs can exist in just one wood, a springtime joy. A carpet of blue will stretch out into the distance with a scene full of delicate, fragile flowers. A bluebell wood in full flower is a true assault on your senses. For generations bluebell woods have captured the public's imagination and they have become the perfect symbol of the beauty and seasonality of our world. They are emblematic of new life and remain a real crowd pleaser: a time for celebration and joy. This fine art print from contemporary pointillism artist Susan Entwistle depicts a woodland scene in the height of bluebell season.
A signed print using Canon LUCIA archival grade pigment inks with 100-year light-fast guarantee and acid-free paper for a long lasting, vibrant colour. Mounted and framed in a box vellum (off white) frame.
Image size: 40 x 40cm Mounted Size: 50 x 50cm Framed size: 53 x 53cm
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