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Portrait of a British Wizard Watercolor Print

Portrait of a British Wizard Watercolor Print


I'm not a fan of painting portraits, but I really enjoy painting stuff, things, objects, etc. Still life painting is my jam, so when I saw Marsden Hartley's Portrait of a German Officer, it struck a chord with me. Not only is it a beautiful way to honor someone, but it does so without painting their visage. I took that idea and incorporated it into this piece about yours and my favorite British Wizard: Harry Potter*. It's lots of the stuff that belonged to The Boy Who Lived, telling a tale of his life and trials.


*If HP isn't your favorite British Wiz, that's cool. He was kind of a mess sometimes - Book 5, amirite??


Available in three sizes: 8x10", 9x12", & 11x14".


Original is watercolor on paper. 


Images are printed on high quality printer on smooth white paper.

Each is printed to order, so please allow 2-3 days for shipping.        

Other sizes may be available. Contact shop owner with questions or for more details.


    Images are printed on high quality printer on smooth white paper. Each print is checked for quality prior to shipping, and is then signed by the artist. 

    Available in multiple sizes: 8x10", 9x12", & 11x14".  Larger sizes are available at an additional cost; contact the artist for more info.


    Each print is made to order, and the finished piece might vary slightly from the photograph on the page. Some different sizes will be cropped to fit, so the edges might be different than the photo on this listing. 

    If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return it within 30 days of receipt and receive a free replacement or a full refund for the price of the product. Shipping charges will not be refunded, and return shipment costs are the responsibility of the customer.


    Shipping is included in the price of each print! Each print is signed, dated, and then packaged carefully with backing board; wrapped; and shipped in a rigid mailer. Recycled mailers are often used.

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