Printed from an original oil painting by Frances Ianarella from New York City.

Here is the story behind this beautiful painting……..

‘This painting started out like any other.  I had a vase I wanted to paint and I found some pretty flowers to go with it, but not all paintings go smoothly.  It started out easily enough, but as the days went on, things became difficult.  The painting just wasn’t flowing.  I finally got so frustrated that I told my husband I had enough and was going to wipe it down.  Luckily for me he was not having it and upon arriving at my building he told my studio mates of my intention. They ran into my studio and threw themselves in front of the painting in order to save it until I agreed to keep working on it.  They gave me some valuable feedback and it turns out there were just two small problems keeping me from finishing.  Sometimes in the middle of a situation (or a painting) you can’t see what is going on and you need a good friend or two to clue you in.  I’m so happy with this painting and will always be grateful for the support of friends and family in making it happen.’  Frances Ianarella

This stunning image is printed on high quality linen paper, and the printing technique makes the comparison between the original painting and the print uncanny.

Have this beautiful, original oil print framed or mounted onto board to enhance your home.

This image is lovingly checked and carefully packaged before being sent to ensure impeccable quality.

Sizes Available

SMALL – Paper Size: 16 x 20″ Inch (40.6 x 50.8 cms). Image Size: 12 x 15 Inch (30.5 x 38.1 cms)

LARGE – Paper Size: 20 x 24″ Inch (50.8 x 60.9 cms) Image Size 16 x 20 Inch (40.6 x 50.8 cms)

Delivery

Allow up to 20 days, from placement of order, for your print to be delivered as they are all printed to order just for you.

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Terms

  • All orders are printed to order and cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • If any prints are damaged during transportation they will be replaced upon receipt of photos showing the damage to the art print.