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About - Fine Art Print Emerald

This print is a professional reproduction of the original painting Emerald from the Colour Bloom gallery wall original collection (originals yet to be released).

For this collection, I had two sources of inspiration. First was the history of some unique and interesting colours, like Emerald. Emerald green was valued by painters in the 19th century for its vivid tone, however it was also extremely toxic! Other names for emerald include Paris green, Veronese green, Schweinfurt green, Mitis green, Vienna green and Imperial green. Emerald green to me is a colour that stops me in my tracks, it is so rich and eye catching. My second source of inspiration was my front garden - these little bell flowers were so sweet, and their rich pink was the perfect foreground for an emerald backdrop.

- Penny Brooshooft, Artist.


All prints are printed with archival quality inks that are rated to last well over 100 years as long as they are protected under UV rated glazing and are displayed out of direct sunlight.

Prints are limited edition and are a strict run of 200. Each print is accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity signed by Penny. Prints are made to order and are shipped within 10 working days from receipt of order. Please take this into consideration when ordering your print.

Prints are available in:

Hemp paper - a lightly textured eco-friendly fine art paper created from sustainable hemp fibres. 290gsm, 60% hemp fibre, 40% cotton, acid free, white.

Hahnemühle Hemp uses one of the oldest and most diverse natural fibres in the world and is made of 60% hemp fibre. The FineArt inkjet paper’s base impresses with its bright white natural tone. The lightly textured surface gives the paper a pleasant, silky feel. Colours and details are brilliantly reproduced, the depth of the black truly stands out and contrasts are reproduced with stunning effect. 

  • Hemp paper prints are sold unframed.
  • Hemp paper prints include an additional 10-20mm of white border around the artwork (depending on artwork size) to allow for framing.