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Bella Pieroni, Chicken IV
$275.00
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ARTIST Bella Pieroni
DIMENSIONS 13.75" x 16.75"
FINISH black
FRAME DETAILS sustainable wood/mat
MADE OF ultrachrome ink/super heavyweight paper
PLEASE NOTE Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 01 - Jun 06
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
British artist Bella Pieroni depicts the human form in all of its essential, organic energy. Pieroni studied painting and lithography at the Southport and Liverpool Colleges of Art. She worked in design in London for ten years before turning fully to art. In the past 25 years, Pieroni’s work has been exhibited throughout England and internationally.
Why we love this

This fine figurative work from artist Bella Pieroni is faithfully reproduced here as a limited edition giclée and set in a wood frame that was sourced from sustainable forests. Arrives ready to hang.

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