Nothing Gold Can Stay. April 2020.
Big Bend National Park.
Inspired by fleeting moments of light; Bathing in sunshine one moment, pelted by rain the next. Named after Robert Frost's poem:
Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.
Original painting is oil on canvas. Original is 22 inches x 28 inches.
Fine art giclee reproduction. The reproduction image intentionally captures the original raised texture of the canvas, but is actually printed on velvety smooth matte paper. The effect is a more original-looking print. Features only archival inks on 100% cotton rag archival Moab white paper.
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Hand signed by Katelyn Betsill.
Shipping: PRINTED TO ORDER. Please allow up to 3 weeks for us to carefully print and package your piece when it is ordered. Ships rolled in a rigid mailing tube for greatest protection during shipping.
Cropping and Framing: The cropping of the image differs slightly from size to size. The reason: these prints are designed to fit standard-sized frames, which have varying proportions. Framing is recommended. Prints have a 1 inch white border which allows for signing and framing.
Color: Please note that color varies from computer screen to computer screen. Color is represented as accurately as possible.
'Nothing Gold Can Stay' Print
Although some prints look great even without a frame, if you wish to make sure that your print stays in the best condition for as long as possible, framing is recommended.
The print should be kept at room temperature, and out of direct sunlight.
To store your print for an extended period of time, for example in a drawer, wrapping the print in acid-free paper will prevent yellowing.