A fine art quality giclee print produced on high quality Hahnemuhle Photo Rag using Ultrachrome K2 inks and has been printed by a reputable fine art printer located in the United States.
One of the few paintings that Chuck kept hanging in his home, the original features a custom frame imitating wood grain patterns typical of the Greek Revival period.
Introduced into North America in the late 19th Century, mute swans in folklore were believed to sing only one beautiful song at death, an idea resulting in the term “swan song”. The weeping willow is also a traditional American folk art theme representing death, mourning and sadness, rebirth and immortality.
This image is printed on rectangular paper with a 1 1/4" white border. The mat can be cut with radius corners at the top to mount in a rectangular frame.