two pears hand pulled etching by Mark Lloyd Williams
Etching on 300gram paper printed from a metal printing plate run through a traditional etching press: the medieval-style roller contraption that's been in use since the 1400s.
The printing plate is made by covering a metal plate with varnish then scratching through an outline design with a needle-like scriber. Treatment with a corrosive solution burns this outline into the plate. Subsequent "burns" will add shading, and finally the plate is enhanced by scraping off some metal with a knife to add detail.
This is an edition of 50 on heavy 300gsm paper, each signed and numbered in pencil in the margin. There is a generous 7cm border around the image. Supplied loose: not framed or mounted.
ALSO AVAILABLE FRAMED
As above, but in one of our superbly made, very substantial solid pine box frames. Artwork is mounted on thick bevel cut conservation grade board, glazed with 3mm optical grade cast acrylic (Preferred by most museums and galleries because it's stronger and safer than glass)
choose from matte black or matte white.
(UK DELIVERY ONLY on these, due to size & weight)
Frame is larger than the image by about 10-15cm on each side