Printed Reproductions of Original Paintings

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"The Little Pink Dress"

© Laura Higgins 2002 

Four-colour ink-based open-edition reproduction on poster-weight paper.
$45 CAN each + any shipping (see below)
*Only about 50 of these are still available* Contact me to order.

You can read the story and meaning behind the original painting here.

This image has been used to commemorate many things including to welcome new babies, to prompt sweet memories of when a child was small, and also to honor dearly-loved babies that passed away. It can also represent tenderness towards one’s child self or the light of who we truly are that shines through no matter how we are perceived on the outside by others. Or it may even just evoke memories of fresh laundry on the line.

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*Copyright watermark does not appear on the image reproduced print but instead printed in black and white on very bottom of the white border where it can easily be hidden when framed if desired. 

Dimensions:
19 x 27.5 inches (including white border) 15x23 inches (image only)


You can request to have it signed and/or have the title hand-written below the image
(see sample photo of that on this page).

$45 each* for local pick-up or delivery near Newmarket, ON.

*Add $15 for shipping in Ontario or $20 for shipping outside Ontario (Canada or U.S.) in a shipping tube. For overseas please enquire for a quote.

 

Framing and mounting options through your local framer:

  • custom framing 

  • buy a standard 20x28” frame and have a framer cut a matt to mount within that size

  • plaque mount

 

OR
 

  • trim to fit into a 16x24” standard frame with no matt board - which you could do yourself!
     

Contact me with any questions you have or to order! 

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This shows where I write the title and sign beneath the image.

What kind of print is this?


The four-colour printing process uses 4 colours of ink that are layered to create the finished image and are usually printed in batches of at least 250. These reproductions are printed on paper that is about as thick and satin-sheened as a standard poster. They meet a different print standard - and thus price point -  than archival giclee prints which are printed individually on demand and with highly accurate pigments, rather than inks, on thick high-quality paper.