This beautiful Duille fine art print features “Purple Mallows, Holy Island” made in pencil and watercolour by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1901. Available framed or unframed.
Purple Mallows was painted by Charles Rennie Mackintosh on Holy Island off the Northumbrian coast in 1901. This a museum-quality archival print made using materials which will last for many years. The delightful subject will bring continued enjoyment.
About the work
A year after Charles and Margaret Mackintosh spent their honeymoon on Holy Island they returned with friends and family. Mackintosh completed many sketches and drawings of flowers. It is clear that his watercolour technique was developing during this trip and his use of pencil and watercolour in these elegant botanical studies became something of signature style which evolved over many years following. The Common Mallow ( Malva sylvestris ) grows wild in many parts of England and across Europe. It is often used in wildflower gardens. Mackintosh’s drawing includes the initials ‘M’ and ‘T’ in the inscription panel and it is thought that this records his and Margaret’s presence in when the drawing was made ( ‘T’ in this case representing his nickname ‘Tosh’ or ‘Toshie’ ).
The giclée process produces prints which are rich, detailed and with saturated colour – these prints are often mistaken for originals.
As with any work of art we recommend displaying your print away from direct sunlight to prevent fading.
Made to last
This is a museum-quality archival print made using materials which will last for many years. It is printed in archival quality pigment inks on Somerset Velvet 255gsm acid free paper reproducing the original work.
Packed for protection with fast dispatch
Your print will be sent wrapped in acid-free tissue and protectively packed.
All materials are recyclable and come from environmentally responsible sources.
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Shipping: UK – £3.50 – £3.60. Europe – £10.00. World – £12.00.
Estimated delivery times
UK: 2-3 business days from dispatch.
Europe: 3-5 business days from dispatch.
Rest of world: 6-7 business days from dispatch.
A4 print – black frame, A4 print – unframed