Harold Giclée Print
'Harold' named after the healthy giraffe, is an open edition giclée print by artist Emma Morgan. He has been hand drawn in fineliner and painted in with watercolour.
As an open edition print, he comes in sizes A5 (148x210mm), A4 (210x297mm), A3 (297x420mm), A2 (420x594mm) or A1 (594x841mm). Hand signed and numbered by Emma.
Small prints are flat packed in a cello bag with card backing for shipment, and larger prints are rolled up in a tube.
You are welcome to purchase this print framed or unframed. Emma offers two custom framing options: The Simple Frame & The Premium Frame. All framing is completed by Emma's friends at Forman Picture Framing.
The Simple Frame: This is a modest, but contemporary style of framing that offers your artwork a simple, natural, Australian oak wood border. It is an elegant, high quality way to frame an artwork without the hefty price tag (Emma often frames her prints like this!). It is framed with standard glass, and can also come in white or black coated oak upon request.
The Premium Frame: This is most coveted, luxe way to frame your new friend! Also known as the floated box frame (Emma’s personal favourite for her originals), this is the best way to preserve an artwork, and build it out to make it look larger. Forman will build your new friend a little flat box to sit in, with a natural, Australian oak wood moulding. Your artwork will recede back off the glass, surrounded by a 50mm white border, and the print will be raised up off the base for maximum impact. This frame comes with premium museum grade, UV resistant art glass which is reflection free, so you and your artwork can see each other clearly. Box frames are also available in black or white coated oak upon request.
For more information and advice on framing, check out Emma's framing guide ♡ FRAMING IS HAND BUILT, AND CAN TAKE BETWEEN 3-5 WEEKS!
THE FINE PRINT: While Emma has years of experience in sending framed artwork all over Australia, and takes the utmost care in packaging your new friend for its journey to you, there is always a risk of breakage when glass is involved. (Large artworks are generally a little more risky to courier). Emma does not have control over how your artwork is treated once it leaves her studio, and cannot cover the repair costs in the rare event that your piece is damaged in transit.... but she can help you seek advice and/or re-glazing if you need assistance.
You are welcome to collect your artwork from Emma personally, or send an art courier if that would make you more comfortable. You can also request perspex instead of glass for your framed artwork, if you are worried about it travelling at a distance to you.
Delivery available Australia wide. Emma does not recommend framing for international customers.