Shakespeare would be proud: Renaissance typography fine art print of the bibliophile dictionary definition. Vintage style ornaments, careful typography choices, quaint spelling, and old paper texture are modeled on printed exemplars from the early modern period (16th century). Perfect for readers, librarians, teachers, and fellow bookworms!
This archival print reproduction is 5 x 7 inches and may be purchased alone or professionally matted with a black mat (8 x 10 inches) for no extra charge. The art is professionally printed using an Epson Artisan 1430 with Claria inks on premium fine art paper, a combination which has a laboratory-tested lifespan of more than 100 years.
Your matted art print is shipped with a protective plastic sleeve in a sturdy cardboard mailer to prevent any damage during shipping.
To see all of Nancy’s Renaissance and medieval artwork, please visit the shop section: https://arteofthebooke.com/collections/calligraphy-artwork As a reminder all artwork and photographs are © Nancy Hulan, and unauthorized duplication, whether digital or physical, is prohibited.