Bayne by Alison Watt framed limited edition giclee print (EH1 - EH16 delivery only)

Paper, Hahnemuhle photo rag
Wood - hand painted white
Item Size:
59 x 69.5 cm (print)

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Bayne by Alison Watt is an exclusive framed limited-edition giclee print created for the National Galleries of Scotland to accompany Alison Watt | A Portrait Without Likeness shown at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery from 17 July 2021 – 9 January 2022.

This limited edition of 100 prints is printed on Hahnemuhle enhanced 100% cotton rag and signed and numbered by the artist with a certificate of authentication.

The print is float mounted with a 2.5 cm border with a hand painted white wooden frame (2 cm x 3.3 cm w x h).

Alison Watt | A Portrait Without Likeness explores the artist’s continuing fascination with Ramsay’s portraits. Watt, known for her beautiful and intricate large-scale paintings of drapery and folds, has long been an admirer of Ramsay’s portraits of women, in particular the intensely personal images of his first and second wives, The Artist's Wife: Margaret Lindsay of Evelick (1726-82) and Anne Bayne, Mrs Allan Ramsay, d. 1743. Wife of the artist Allan Ramsay. Both portraits reside in the Galleries collection and are currently shown alongside Watt’s new work.

Edition numbers are allocated on a sequential first come first served basis.

The print requires specific handling and packaging.  Shipped to EH1 - EH16 postcodes only, these prints are framed to order dispatch will be within 4-6 weeks of ordering.

Please note that we cannot fulfil framed print orders for delivery outside of these postcodes but can ship to other postcodes/countries the unframed print.

For more information, please contact us at 0131 624 6494 or [email protected]

A limit of two copies per customer.

100% of profits from the sale of this new edition will support the work of the National Galleries of Scotland.