Bonjour!This is a print of one of my original hand-drawn illustrations.
This is a real print that will be send to you, not a digital product!
My drawing has been printed on a thick matte paper and measures 8.5" x 11" (US letter size: 215.9 by 279.4 mm). It will arrive unframed, protected in a plastic sleeve, in a hard non-bendable envelope. The shipping in the USA is included in this price. If you're outside of the USA, contact me first for a shipping quote.
Please choose between the white background or the tan, slightly texturized, background. Please note that the print with a tan background has a 4 mm white edge all around.
Frames are not included. Actual colors may vary slightly as each monitor displays colors differently.
Please feel free to ask any questions! More about the drawing:
I drew this Theater Allegory by hand and colored it with colored pencils. This character is wearing a typical 18th century opera costume, with a tonnelet (men skirt), a tight doublet, breeches, and many hints to the theater world (can you spot them all?).
This illustration was initially a part of a series of costume designs for a show produced by The Royal Swedish Opera, in Stockholm.
Please have a look at my other illustrations if you like this one, or contact me for specific orders or inquiries.
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