“Why Are You Jealous, Thorns?” by Marilyn Wells, Abstract sumi e Print
Abstract sumi e painting Original, Zen style, with ink wash, wet and dry brushstrokes by Marilyn Wells was inspired by a poem by the famous writer of Haiku, Buson, considered among the greatest poets of the Edo Period, 17th century.
“Why are you jealous, thorns,
tearing at the hem of my robe,
scratching my legs?”
This is a Limited Edition Fine Art Print, numbered and signed, made from archival, museum quality giclée ink on hot press, acid-free 100% cotton rag media with a fine-tooth surface. Each will have an additional 1/4” white border to accommodate most framing needs, or which you can cut off if you wish. It is packaged in a crystal clear envelope with a sturdy back board for shipping and framing protection.
Each print will be hand signed on the back by the artist along with a stamp of authentication.
For all prints, expect 10 business days working time, as each is hand printed just before shipping, although usually less time is needed. Contact me for any other questions.
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