The bee orchid gets its name from the way it has evolved to mimic bees in order to attract them to pollinate. The bee orchid, along with 7 other species of orchid, are rare to the rest of the UK but found in abundance here in Croydon.
Commissioned by This Is Croydon, London Borough of Culture in partnership with the National Gallery as part of Constable Visits.
A4 print (21cm x 29.7cm) – open edition, signed on the back, white border
A3 print (29.7cm x 42cm) – open edition, signed on the back, white border
A2 print (42cm x 59.4cm) – limited edition of 15, signed on front, certificate of authenticity included, white border
Free UK delivery.
Open editions are printed on Fujifilm’s professional C-Type Crystal Archive Matt paper. This popular paper has a stunning semi-matt finish and is coated with a slightly stippled texture.
Limited editions are printed on Hahnemühle’s Bamboo paper, the world’s first inkjet paper made from majority bamboo fibres. This gorgeously tactile warm-toned paper has a wonderful textured feel.
Produced by theprintspace’s carbon-neutral service.
Artworks are printed to order unless otherwise arranged.
Please allow 7 - 10 days for UK production and shipping and 14 - 21 days for ROW. Prints are sent via tracked delivery.