Artist: Kay Johns Highland cow - Black background, Cattle, Livestock
Edition: Ltd edition, 395 copies worldwide
All four sizes (paper version) are shown framed in the pictures above.
Please note that this image has been released as a limited edition print available on either paper or canvas.
PAPER VERSION - Double black mount or double black mount and framed on paper, available in small, medium, large or Xlarge .
IMAGE SIZE: Paper edition
Small - 351mm x 255mm,
Medium - 510mm x 371mm,
Large - 700mm x 509mm,
X Large - 909mm x 661mm
MOUNTED SIZE: Paper edition
Small - 510mm x 410mm,
Medium - 665mm x 525mm,
Large - 852mm x 664mm,
X Large - 1060mm x 814mm
BLOCK MOUNTED CANVAS
CANVAS VERSION - It has been printed on the finest 380gsm Innova canvas before bonding to a 2.6mm acid free board and therefore available either block mounted only or block mounted and framed. Every print is individually signed and numbered by Kay herself before a bonded protection layer is applied. The protective layer does a few things, it means your print does not require glazing, cuts down any reflection issues but also makes your print looks more like the original painting. Each special canvas edition comes with a biography and certificate of authenticity. Should you choose our framed option, you can be assured we use the finest mouldings from the UK's leading manufacturers, in fact with the use of a slip on the inside of the frame, you have a double framed edge which is simply stunning.
IMAGE SIZE: Block mounted canvas
Small - 351mm x 255mm
Medium -510mm x 370mm
Large - 700mm x 510mm,
X Large - 909mm x 661mm
BLOCK MOUNTED AND FRAMED CANVAS
FRAMED SIZE: Block mounted and framed canvas
Small - 551mm x 455mm
Medium - 710mm x 570mm
Large - 900mm x610mm,
X Large - 1109mm x861mm
Your framed option for both the paper and canvas versions (if you choose this option) will be strung, ready to hang.
Brilliant picture, great frame and overall great quality.
I thought the Macbeth was fabulous when viewing on line but I was not prepared for how stunning it really is. If you want a wow factor this is it.
When I first saw this picture it stopped me in my tracks, and very few pictures do that for me. It evokes a primal emotion and you feel the wind go through you. A stunning piece, and the framing and mounting is superb. Worth every penny.