Fine Art Print
Australian White Ibis
Museum-grade, hand-signed fine art print.
Species: Australian White Ibis (Threskiornis molucca)
Original Medium: Derwent Pencils
Print sizes available: 5×7″, 8×10″, A4, A3, A2
Prices are in Australian dollars (AUD)
About the Subject
This fine art print features an Australian White Ibis portrait.
The Australian White Ibis, (Threskiornis molucca) is found across most of Australia and in recent years has taken up residence in many of Australia’s urban areas. Ibis have featherless heads, long curved black bills and white plumage. A patch of scarlet can be seen underneath males’ wings in the breeding season. They are also affectionately yet slightly disparagingly known as ‘Bin Chickens’.
Source Photo Credit: Tristan Ferne
Source Photo License: CC BY 2.0
- 5″x7″ (180mm x 130mm)
- 8″x10″ (255mm x 205mm)
- A4 (297 x 210mm)
- A3 (420 x 297mm)
- A2 (594 x 420mm)
About the Prints
- Prints are unmounted and unframed
- All prints are hand-signed
- Printed on 310gsm 100% cotton rag museum-grade archival paper with a subtle texture
- Archival pigment inks which accurately represent the colour of the original artwork
- Shipped using Australia post and protected with backing board, a cello sleeve and rigid cardboard envelope. (A2 prints are rolled in acid free tissue paper and sent in a sturdy cardboard tube)
- Colours may vary slightly to what you see on your computer monitor due to differences in monitor calibrations
Vibrant Pigment Inks
Archival pigment inks are used ensuring vibrant, realistic colours and longevity.
Ready to Frame
Prints are supplied unmounted and unframed. Sized to fit standard frame sizes so you can easily find a frame to suit your decor.
About the Paper
My Australian wildlife fine art prints are made using a premium quality 310gsm 100% cotton paper. This acid free paper is made without any Optical Brightening Agents, (these are artificial brighteners that are often used in cheaper papers and deteriorate in time and shorten the longevity of prints). Being museum-grade, this archival paper meets the requirements of galleries and museums for art conservation.
As my fine art prints are produced entirely in-house, I’m able to compare them with my original drawings at each stage of the printing process to ensure they are as close to the original as possible. This cuts down on production costs meaning I can provide outstanding quality giclée prints to my customers at reasonable prices.
Prints are sold unmounted and unframed. The sizes available are standard frame sizes that can be found in most department stores. If possible, choose a frame with UV protective glass and acid free backing board (or you could place a piece of acid free paper behind the print yourself) as this will protect the print from fading and it will stay vibrant for many years. For maximum longevity, I recommend having it professionally framed and asking the framer to use conservation glass and backing board.
Caring for your prints
To prolong the life of your framed prints, it’s recommended to have them professionally framed behind UV protective glass with acid free backing board and mount, and kept away from humidity and direct sunlight.
Shipping rates for fine-art prints & greeting cards are calculated based on the weight and size of each individual order and the shipping cost is shown in the shopping cart at checkout. All orders are shipped via Australia Post.
If express post is available it will be displayed as an option at checkout.
Due to the impacts of Covid-19, international shipping is unavailable until further notice.