Knitted Victorian Garden!
The end of the Victorian era brought a change in crochet fashions. Crocheted lace became even more elaborate in texture and stitching. Preference for white or pale-coloured threads increased and strong Victorian colours disappeared after World War I when far fewer crochet patterns were published, and most of them were simplified versions of the early 20th-century patterns.
After a small decline in popularity, crocheting and other handcrafts picked up pace in the early 21st century with a change in patterns and use of bright colours, crochet has seen a revival of interest in handcrafts and DIY, as well as great strides in improvement of the quality and varieties of yarn. It was a common practice for groups of people to crochet clothing and other garments in groups and to pass the trade from one generation to the next.
The artwork is hand-drawn digitally then produced in a limited edition run of 25 giclée prints. Each painting is signed and numbered on the front. A unique Certificate of Authenticity signed the Artist is also included for each piece.
The Artwork is giclée1 print on premium natural cotton canvas, it may be ordered/shipped rolled in a mailing tube or stretched professionally on a solid wood frame in lightweight construction ready for wall mounting.
1Giclée is a very high quality and durable printing process. This giclée is a textured print with vivid colours, accuracy, and exceptional resolution. The quality is to the same standard level of display used in museums and galleries around the world.
Paintings are delivered worldwide by first tier fast courier companies (e.g. FedEx, DHL or Aramex).
Free worldwide shipping is available for rolled canvas.
A flat shipping rate of USD 100 is applicable to worldwide deliveries for stretched canvas (except for UAE, it is free).
Sales in Japan are exclusively full-filled by New York Gallery