Love Potion, Mexican Still Life, A4 Giclee Print of my Original Watercolour Painting

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Drawing inspiration from my childhood memories in Mexico, this piece intricately combines elements that are quintessentially Mexican - from the Day of the Dead celebrations to the vibrant colours of local flora.
At the heart of the artwork is the depiction of Talavera tiles from Puebla, renowned for their intricate designs and historical significance in Mexican art. I've hand-painted these patterns using a mix of watercolours and gouache, bringing out both the depth and vibrancy of the traditional tiles.
This print is more than just a piece of art; it's a tribute to Mexican heritage. The fusion of iconic symbols like clay tiles and colorful flowers creates a vivid and nostalgic scene. It's perfect for anyone who appreciates cultural art, loves vibrant color schemes, or holds a special place in their heart for Latinoamerica.

Whether you're decorating your home, looking for a unique gift, or adding to your art collection, this print is sure to add a touch of Mexican charm and warmth to any space.

Giclée print: archival inkjet print on archival quality matte paper (Mohawk Superfine 270g). White border included within the size.

Size: A4 (A3 size Add-on available for purchase)

210 x 297 mm

8”1/4 x 11”3/4

Signed and packaged with a hard backing board and eco-friendly packaging.

Artwork comes without a frame.

Designed & printed in New Zealand.

© Artwork remains the copyright of Cristina Pliego and may not be reproduced in any way.

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