Tugs I | A signed limited edition artwork presented on 300 gsm fine art paper and in a conservation mount. All signed, numbered and comes with Certificate of Authenticity.
Available mounted or in a selection of our popular wood frames already to hang. (including Standard Frame – No 18 whitewash Oak effect), plus the option for the amazing AR Glass.
Image: 25cm x 60cm
Mounted: 79cm x 42.5cm
Edition of: 150
Medium: Giclee on paper
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We take pride in delivering your picture on time and very well packaged, FREE UK Mainland Delivery on all orders.
- All items are sent via courier and require a signature. (Work address is accepted for shipping address, no waiting in!)
- Stock Items will be delivered usually within 3-5 working days, unless framing required
- Proposed Date of dispatch confirmed by email (Please advise if not suitable)
- Tracking Number is supplied by email on day of dispatch. (Active on expected delivery day)
Delivery to places outside the UK Mainland, please contact us for quote. (Certain postcodes may not be free delivery)
Fine Art Picture Framers we can offer:
- Great Savings on framed art
- Choice of Framing Options on the signed print
- 1st class bespoke framing
- Standard price across all frame options
For frame colours not shown, select STANDARD FRAME and ADD TO CART and add your frame number and colour to your order notes at checkout.
- For example, Add Standard Frame to cart, then add 74 White to your order notes at checkout.
What is AR Glass?
What is AR Glass
ALL ARTWORKS REQUIRING GLAZING COME WITH STANDARD FLOAT GLASS; UNLESS THE AR SPECIALITY GLASS OPTION HAS BEEN SELECTED.
- Artglass has amazing Clarity, from certain viewing angles the glass is invisible
- Zero colour shift and provides up to 70% UV protection
- Designed to reduce reflection
- This image has not been altered or enhanced in any way and clearly shows how ARTglass improves the clarity
- Standard picture glass (called Float glass) is perfectly acceptable and used by many picture framers. However it does cause reflection and impurities in the glass can cause the framed image to appear duller