Leonardo — Poster in Wooden Frame

by RikReimert

Leonardo

RikReimert — Poster in Wooden Frame
from € 39,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

Delivery in 7 to 10 working days
Free shipping from €69 & free returns

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Framed Poster - Product details

Framed, gallery-quality art print. Our black and white frames are made of pinewood with a matte finish. Our oak frames have a natural finish. Each frame is fitted with acrylic glass and comes with brackets for hanging.

Sizes
Material 265 g/m² pure white paper
Finish Semi-gloss
Frame Wooden frame, passe-partout and acrylic glass
Print Type 12-colour digital printing

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Framed, gallery-quality art print. Our black and white frames are made of pinewood with a matte finish. Our oak frames have a natural finish. Each frame is fitted with acrylic glass and comes with brackets for hanging.

Delivered with brackets that can be attached to the back for hanging.
High-quality wooden frames available in black, white or oak.
High-quality wooden frames available in black, white or oak.
Delivered with brackets that can be attached to the back for hanging.
Framed Poster
This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.
Framed Poster - This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

Framed Poster

This overview gives you a detailed understanding of our wall art sizes.

Listed print sizePassepartoutFrame widthSize when framed
A20×20 8×82.3 0.93 1.230.9×30.9 12.1×12.1
B30×30 12×122.3 0.93 1.240.8×40.8 16.1×16.1
C50×50 19.7×19.72.3 0.93 1.260.7×60.7 23.9×23.9
D70×70 27.6×27.62.2 0.93 1.280.8×80.8 31.8×31.8
E100×100 39.4×39.44 1.66 2.4120.3×120.3 47.4×47.4

About the artist

RikReimert

Every drawing is a challenge, because you can’t erase ink. One wrong line and the drawing is ruined.

RikReimert

Rik Reimert’s favourite tool isn’t some swanky computer program. Instead, the Dutch artist swears by a fine-nibbed Rotring Rapidograph pen, with which he creates intricate cross-hatched images of everything from animals to famous faces. Art runs in his veins: his grandfather, uncles and aunt are all artists and were his original inspiration. In 2011 he started a blog officially documenting his work. Today he draws inspiration from the likes of cartoonist Reinhard Kleist and writer and artist Frank Miller.