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Nadia Attura - Mountain Rain


Limited edition giclée print

Artists original photography is collaged using paint and pencil overlaid to produce the final limited edition artwork
Archival pigment ink on 308gsm fine art cotton museum grade paper
Limited edition
Signed &  numbered by artist with certificate of authenticity

50x50cm and 70 x 70 print is limited edition of 90 
90 x 90 is limited edition of 20

106 x 106 is limited edition of 10

The 50 x 50 paper print has an image size of 45 x 45cm

Please contact us if you require a bespoke size or prefer the artwork on Aluminium, made into a canvas or framed with a different colour or wood frame. 

All of the frames listed have an acrylic glass front. 

The artist can alter some of the colours in her prints to match your decor so if this is something you are interested in just get in touch.

The photo in situ is not to exact scale.

About Artist

Nadia creates photographed details made on location which are then layered to form a tableaux of collected complex scenes within a scene, together they convey a sense of place and time. Often engaging with themes of idealism and paradise, the bright images become multifaceted tableaux, combining unexpected objects, settings and colours to construct uncanny depictions of desirable destinations.

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The original photographs disappear from documentary single imagery toward a more painterly poetic interpreted view of the world. She works with paint, inks and chalk which she adds to the digital and analogue compositions to create final limited edition artworks.

Nadia's artwork exhibited at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2019 and 2016. In 2017 she was one of five finalists in the VAO. Her work is featured in The New York Times, The Guardian, Aesthetica Magazine, Enki Magazine and Ideal Home. She exhibits regularly Internationally with The Other Art Fair and The Affordable Art Fair.

Nadia graduated from The University of Arts London in 1999 with a Postgraduate in Photojournalism. She lives in London, United Kingdom.

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