"The King" by Carol Thompson
"'The King' Alfred daffodil is universally
popular in spring gardens. Easy to grow, most welcome after long
cold days, and prolific reproducers. If you haven't yet experienced
King Alfred doffodils, you have a treat in store for you."
Artist comment: "In this small watercolor on Arches 140# hot-pressed watercolor paper,
I designed a very simple "triangle" composition, to emphasize the singular
drama of a magnificent King Alfred Daffodil. The background includes
several hues of blue, to "cool" the hot yellow, and to also play up the
green and brown of the leaves and stems. The angle of light is far
to the right, creating deeper shadows on the buds and bloom.
This serves to emphasize the vivid highlight on the ruffled edge of the
"The King" is a 7"
X 5" original watercolor painting on 140# Arches watercolor paper.
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||7" X 5" image size
- $24 USD + S & H
"The King" is a limited edition, giclée
print from an original watercolor painting by Carol Thompson. The edition
includes 3600 authorized, signed, limited edition prints (3500 numbered
and 100 artist proofs). Release date is January 2001. Image size and substrates
All prints are signed and numbered by the artist and include a certificate of authenticity. Paper prints are shrink wrapped on foam board.
Canvas prints are coated with a protective spray.
Color of images may vary slightly from the
actual artwork due to variations in monitors, so if color is a critical
factor, you can order a small sample to verify color accuracy.
*Please allow up to 2 weeks preparation time
for your artwork to be shipped. Transit time will vary depending
on your location.
Some print images may be artistically cropped or extended to accommodate the size and/or shape of the artwork.
Note: Prices do not include framing and/or matting.
WARNING: Copyrighted material.
All rights reserved. Artwork may not be duplicated in any way without the
expressed written consent of the artist. Any reproduction for any purpose
is a violation of United States copyright laws.
©2012 Carol Thompson