This is a Limited Edition chiarograph on black paper measuring 15" x 23" (inches). It has been hand-signed by the artist. Just 195 of these incredible art pieces will ever be produced in this edition! This deluxe edition release also includes a hand-drawn remarque sketch by Harrison Ellenshaw himself below the main picture and incredible hand-embellishment paint strokes on the artwork itself.
Each piece in the Limited Edition is also individually hand-numbered. The artwork you receive will be numbered out of the total limited edition size of 195 pieces (e.g. 37/195).
Your artwork will also arrive with an official Disney Certificate of Authenticity which references your unique edition number.
As a signed- and numbered- limited edition, this is a highly collectable work of art. Each art piece is also personally hand-embellished with unique application of additional paint strokes and detailing. This makes every piece unique and adds incredible dimension, texture and depth to the artwork.
How will my artwork arrive?
You must select from one of two options:
- Unframed - your artwork will be shipped to you flat.
Deluxe Studio Framed - your artwork will be assembled into a custom, hand-built frame, with acid-free, preservation matting and special UV-filtering plexiglass. You should contact us to discuss the frame style options available for this art piece. We can offer a variety of frame styles to suit your personal preference and tastes and will email you sample images for your review. If you purchase this artwork framed without first contacting us, your artwork will be framed in the default frame style, that has been specially and carefully chosen to complement and accentuate the colours and style of this artwork.
Choose your preferred option from the drop-down menu above.
What is a "chiarograph"?
Chiarography (pronounced keer-ography) requires an intensive amount of hand preparation and attention. First, each sheet of 485 gram, archival, acid-free black paper undergoes multiple hand-brushed basecoats of various medias, which will become the printed area. This hand application of basecoats create the brush stroke texture behind the printed image and ensures each piece in the edition is unique, as no two pieces will ever have the same hand painted undercoat.
Using archival, pigmented inks, the chiarograph printing process identifies the undercoat and prints only on the hand painted area thereby applying the artwork over the texture, and out to the edges of the brushwork. This creates a uniquely organic and whimsical effect to the outer border of each image. Each work of art is then hand-embellished with paint before undergoing three separate coats of hand applied varnish which not only provides UV protection to the image, but results in a luminous sheen to the finish.