Art Shop

By purchasing one of our Limited Edition giclée canvas prints, you actively support the production of the TV series, for which we are enormously grateful.  Specifically the sale of these prints funds the ‘rights & permissions’ to feature museum and archival material relevant to each writer.  This is a sine qua non in terms of production value for the series, and greatly enhances our ability to market it internationally.

JAMES JOYCE

Limited Edition of 25 canvas prints
€285 including packaging & postage

OSCAR WILDE

Limited Edition of 25 canvas prints
€285 including packaging & postage

SAMUEL BECKETT

Limited Edition of 25 canvas prints
€285 including packaging & postage

GEORGE BERNARD SHAW

Limited Edition of 25 canvas prints
€285 including packaging & postage

WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS

Limited Edition of 25 canvas prints
€285 including packaging & postage

JONATHAN SWIFT

Limited Edition of 25 canvas prints
€285 including packaging & postage

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Our Limited Edition giclée canvas prints are, unless otherwise stated, limited to 25 prints world wide. They are produced in Ireland on 400g Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas. The Hahnemühle company was founded back in 1584, so it is fair to say they are the world leader in their industry.  Daguerre canvas is acid- and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation, image sharpness, and age resistance. Our prints are guaranteed colour-fast for 70 to 100 years and comply with the highest archival standards.  The print comes with a certificate of authenticity. We will always be the only official supplier of the prints. Of course, an owner may decide to sell their print in which case a potential buyer may check with us to verify its authenticity.

The prints are supplied as a rolled canvas in a firm plastic tube. If we were to supply them framed, the cost would increase very substantially as would the cost of postage. Your local framing shop will be able to advise on the best frame (aesthetically) for a particular print. We recommend that the canvas is first put onto a stretcher frame, which is an inexpensive inner frame that holds the canvas taut. This is then put inside the main frame, although it is common now to see canvas prints hung using only the stretcher frame. The canvas may also be glued to a backing board, but it is important that your framing shop uses only archive grade tapes and glues.

The Dublin’s Writers series is a non-profit and philanthropic undertaking produced by Elbrus TV which is wholly owned by
Baikal Developments Ltd.
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