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Silver Gilded Swirls I – High-Quality Giclee Print

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Abstracts are often called the purest form of art, as they leave everything to interpretation, encouraging imagination, introspection, and emotion. This black and white abstract is no different, with the bold brush strokes swirling on the paper.
This wonderful painting will work in many settings and can stand on its own due to its monochromatic boldness, or be incorporated into a gallery wall. It is additionally embelished with silver leaf, a technique our skilled artists use to enhance already beautiful compositions and transform them into absolutely stunning pieces of art. This completely manual process involves sheets of real silver that are carefully applied to a selected portion of the artwork and then sealing the metal to protect it from tarnishing.

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Abstracts are often called the purest form of art, as they leave everything to interpretation, encouraging imagination, introspection, and emotion. This black and white abstract is no different, with the bold brush strokes swirling on the paper.
This wonderful painting will work in many settings and can stand on its own due to its monochromatic boldness, or be incorporated into a gallery wall. It is additionally embelished with silver leaf, a technique our skilled artists use to enhance already beautiful compositions and transform them into absolutely stunning pieces of art. This completely manual process involves sheets of real silver that are carefully applied to a selected portion of the artwork and then sealing the metal to protect it from tarnishing.