Cactus Flower - Limited Edition of 70 Photograph by Nadia Attura

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Photography: Photogram, Manipulated, Ink, New Media, Paper on Other, Paper.

My flowers and cacti photographs, taken on location from the deserts of Peru, Spain and Palm Springs to the shaded gardens of Rome. A colourful pastel celebration of desert bloom. Pop art collage inspired by mid century modern and imagined landscapes. Part of the Botanical Cactus series

Fine Art photographic print, professionally printed on fine art Giclee cotton 308 gsm gallery paper using archival pigment ink. Signed, numbered with certificate of authenticity.


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Print size 25x17inches (65x45cm) Edition of 70

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Cactus Flower - Limited Edition of 70

Nadia Attura

United Kingdom

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Size: 18 W x 26 H x 0.1 in

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