This piece is only offered as a 16 x 20 canvas print.
This portrait of Michelle Obama was painted to be a part of the Social Currency collection and completed shortly before the 2016 election. Using the graphic composition of the 100 dollar bill, turned vertically, the profile portrait was intended to reference a postage stamp. It was purposeful for Michelle to look like a queen.
Looking to add a little flair to your room or office? Look no further - this canvas print has a vivid, fade-resistant print that you're bound to fall in love with.
20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend canvas.
Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars.
Matte finish coating.
Open series canvas prints by Maggie O'Neill are produced from an original painting to achieve high-resolution reproductions. Each print is produced from an original painting to achieve high-resolution reproductions using vibrant archival inks on archival fade-resistant canvas. These canvas prints are not hand signed by the artist. All canvas prints are stretched and gallery wrapped.
Due to the difference in screen displays (and the fact that everyone sees color differently), colors may vary slightly. If you have any concerns please contact me and I'll be happy to send you more photos of the print.
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