Femina Stella Original artwork

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1. Size

Size tier

4 prices, 4 sizes: pick your work and size (FYI not all works come in all sizes).

For just a print: simply select your desired size. All edition works come with a hand signed certificate from the artist for that extra special touch.

(Note that not all artworks come in all sizes and materials, for e.g works printed on canvas are only available in House & Villa).

Print

C-print

A chromogenic print (huh?!) In other words: a digital print on special photographic paper at no extra cost (don’t say we’re not good to you).

Fine art paper
Special (oooooh) art paper giving a rich matt finish used on either Hahnemuhle or Epson fine art. N/A for canvas or plexi glass. Frame is advised with fine art paper to protect the edges.

Framing

Decide to go bare without a frame, or choose between high quality black, white, or our special frame. 'Special' because it was explicitly chosen by our team to suit the artwork best and bring out its loveliest features. Note that not all frame options are available for every artwork.

2. Options

Use artist's recommendation Using artist's recommendation
$690
Including insurance & delivery

Artwork description

Translated as ‘this woman is a star’ we immediately are consumed by the figure’s infectious laughter as she stares directly into a ball of the solar system, complete with an assortment of constellations. The harmonious composition lends itself to a right to left study of the drawing, where we are again confronted by Lola’s ‘out of this world’ technique.

Lola's hyperrealism, portraiture series of pencil drawings really epitomises The Awesome!

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About the artist

Lola Cervant (Mexico, 1989) lives and works in Budapest, Hungary. This lovely lady seems to have been born with a pencil in her hand and with that some serious talent. Her impeccable drawing technique is as realistic as life itself. Lola has always experimented with materials and techniques. Even when she was a little girl, she exploited resources such as crayons, pencils, paint, watercolour and wood, but also resin, plasticine, metal and even fabrics to create her ever-changing artworks....

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Femina Stella by Lola Cervant
The Public House of Art © 2017
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