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  • Dray Team on the Dock.  8 x 10 in.  Original five-color linoleum block print on archival fine art paper by Natalia Wohletz of Peninsula Prints.
  • Dray Team on the Dock.  8 x 10 in.  Original five-color linoleum block print on archival fine art paper by Natalia Wohletz of Peninsula Prints. It looks great paired with the Doud's Market #2 print.
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Dray Team on the Dock Original Block Print

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$95.00 USD
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$95.00 USD

Dray Team on the Dock.  8 in. x 10 in.  Original six-color linoleum block print. The print was created in the traditional Japanese multi-block print style, with five different blocks (aligning with the five different colors) individually carved and printed. Limited edition size of 36.

Inspired by a hardworking team of Percheron draft horses patiently waiting on the city freight dock to pull cargo on a flatbed dray. 

Design Size : 8 in. x 10 in.

Mat Size : 13 in. x 15 in. / 2.5 in. border on all sides

Frame Size : 15 in. x 17 in. x 1 in. Depth

Materials : Printed by hand with soy based ink on 280 lb paper in Milford, Michigan. Matted with archival, 100% alpha cellulose mat and backing board. Professionally custom framed Milford, Michigan. Frame moulding is responsibly sourced and manufactured in Italy with FSC approved pine wood and represents a tree planted with every purchase. Glazing is conservation clear to protect against 99.7% UV light. Fitted with kraft backing paper, wired and ready to hang with 30 lb hangers.

What is the difference between a fine art print and an original block print? A fine art print is a reproductionof an original piece of art, after it has been scanned or photographed and then digitally printed. Original block prints, on the other hand, are the original pieces of art. In relief printmaking, an artist applies ink to a hand-carved block and then burnishes the inked relief onto a piece of paper. Multiple originals are possible by re-inking the carved surface and burnishing the relief onto a new piece of paper. The total number of identical prints is the edition number.