Virginia Woolf Framed Print


As a former English major, I obviously had to bring up Virginia Woolf. She wrote about the future of women, highlighting the fact that women didn't have the same opportunities as men at the time to make their voices known in culture and society. They were left out of education and considered nothing more than property, and she made it clear that this was unacceptable. I'm afraid I may have made her look more like Edith Crawley than Virginia Woolf, though, but when it comes to these daily challenges, I have to push my perfectionism aside, otherwise, you'd probably never see 50% of these illustrations. 🙈

Printed on archival and acid-free lustre Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper with archival, pigment-based inks, the 8x8 print comes in a 1.25’’ solid wood frame with a 2’’ white mat. The full size of the frame is 14x14 inches, and it has paper backing with sawtooth hanger. The frame comes in three shades; natural wood, white or black.

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