'I... heard a peacock say:
Who made the grass and made the worms and made my feathers gay,
He is a monstrous peacock, and He waveth all the night
His languid tail above us, lit with myriad spots of light.'
A meditative quote from the poem ‘The Indian upon God’ by William Butler Yeats.
This artwork is inspired by an extremely beautiful poem by Yeats, set in tropical India, in which the reader encounters four creatures who all see God as a reflection of their own image. A copy of the entire poem, which this quote is from, is inserted at the back of this print.
This print has 3 colour options: You can choose for your print to have a background of purple twilight, blue twilight or be in classic black and white. (Please select the option you want.)
Open edition print created from original artwork by Linden Williamson. Printed in England, signed and dated. Please be aware that as colours vary on different computer monitors, the print colours may differ slightly from what you see.
Print paper size: A3 (297 x 420mm).
Print Quality: Professionally printed on high quality 200gsm Fabriano Art Paper that is Acid free (for long conservation over time). This matt paper has a light texture, giving a pleasing finish.
ALL PRINTS ARE SOLD UNFRAMED
Prints are no longer sold framed as it makes them more costly for customers than if they buy the frame directly from a framers. They are designed to fit any standard A3 frame but if you would like to use the same frames and mounts as you can see here, you can buy them from www.frame-company.co.uk and insert the prints yourself*. These frames are made in England from sustainably sourced pine and fitted with glass. Ordering one of these frames including standard UK delivery currently costs £16.70 and the details are below:
Style: Webber. Frame Colour: White. Frame Size: A3 (16.5 x 11.75").
Mount Colour: White. Mount size: Custom aperture size 14.5 x 9.75".
*Framing tip: If your print has a border, line the mount up with the middle of the print's border and stick a small piece of rolled up masking tape between the mount and the print on each edge. This will keep the print in the correct position when you insert it into the frame.
FREE FIRST CLASS UK DELIVERY!
Orders are posted out as soon as possible (which is usually the next working day) by Royal Mail’s to be signed for service.
Domestic prints are sent flat in a card backed envelope. For added protection they have an additional thick mount board backing and are wrapped in a cellophane sleeve.
International delivery: £8 flat charge. International print orders are carefully rolled and sent in a wide sturdy postal tube.