About O Rose limited edition artist's print
She is a monoprint painting developed by Julie Anne Denton during the visual research for a diptych of glass sculptures called "O Rose - The chorus and the protagonist". O Rose is inspired by the book 'Songs of Innocence & Songs of Experience' written by the 18th/19th Century English visionary artist William Blake. Blake is a very important Romantic visionary whose poem 'Jerusalem' from 'The Prophetic Books' is considered England's second National Anthem. It was turned into a hymn set to music by Sir Hubert Parry in 1916
This print edition is limited to series of 99 art prints and is printed on acid free Somerset Velvet ‘cotton rag’ fine art paper, with a smooth velvet surface. This paper is designed to meet the highest printing standards needed for museum quality and limited edition prints. Printing is made using a 12-color light fast archival pigment process, instead of the typical 4-color digital process
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