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Katmon Giclée Print
  • Katmon (Dillenia philippinensis), 2019
  • Giclée reproduction on 100% cotton rag, 308 gsm
  • Two sizes available:
    1. 5x7 inches print in an A4 frame (8-1/4 x 11-3/4 inches, or 210 x 297 mm)
    2. A4 print in an A3 frame (11.7 x 16.5 inches, or 297 x 420 mm)
  • Individually wet-signed
  • Ships in a complimentary frame and boxed for your ease in gift-wrapping
  • Made to order, typically ships in 7 days
  • Currently only shipping within the Philippines

 

This beautiful endemic tree has dainty white petals and a complex, bright red center on their large flowers. These ephemeral flowers last only a day, blooming early in the morning and losing their petals throughout the day and finally closing up by nightfall. The sepals ball up around the carpels, which eventually turn into lovely little bright green balls of fruit that contain, sour-sweet segments in an interesting swirly arrangement. The katmon tree has been recorded to naturally grow only in the Philippines and nowhere else in the world. They do well in pots, and in the wild, I have seen a tree at the foot of Mt. Banahaw that's perhaps 30 feet tall! This particular branch on this painting was from a tree grown for conservation at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.The original watercolor artwork was done on 12" x 9" cotton paper and finished in 2019. You will be getting an archival reproduction, professionally recreated using 100% cotton paper and pigment inks, it will last as long* as the original work.
(*with proper care and storage practices)

 

The complimentary picture frame allows convenient presentation for giving the prints as a gift. It has a plastic front protection that makes the frame safer for shipping and for display in in high-traffic areas or children's rooms. You can easily swap out for your preferred frame but it's also presentable enough to keep.

 

Disclaimer: No copyrights are included in your purchase. All copyright remains with the artist.

Katmon Giclée Print

₱1,850.00Price
Made to order, production resumes January 15, 2024
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