Limited Edition Print MOONLIGHT MEADOW by Charron Pugsley-Hill


A giclee high quality limited edition print of the original painting MOONLIGHT MEADOW


This limited edition print is a lovely gift for any occasion or looks fantastic on any wall in your home or office. This painting was exhibited in Pimlico Underground Station in October 1914 to co-incide with the awarding of the 30th Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery.

Signed and numbered individually in the lower border. The image is approx 30cm x 30cm in an edition of 500.
All prints will be carefully wrapped before posting.

The small size approx 30 X 30 cm will fit standard frames. Medium and large sizes will usually need professional framing. This print is also available in medium 50 x 50cm approx priced at £95 and in large 65 x 65cm approx priced at £160. Please contact us to order these sizes as these are printed to order. Made in England.


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  • Store Name: Charron Pugsley-Hill Art
  • I am an international working artist based in Peterborough UK. I create bright, emotional and colourful paintings and installations in 2 themes: nature, environment, flowers and gardens and: commemorating people, places and events of WWI in an intuitive and spiritual way. I am currently Artist-in-Residence at the most visited country park in the UK funded by The Arts Council. Much of my installation work includes the participation of people in its creation or the artwork itself as I love engaging people in stories whilst connecting with others and the environment around them. Previously Artist-in-Residence at Lyveden New Bield with The National Trust. My nature paintings are usually inspired by my previous professional career in Wildlife conservation before art took over my life!
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