An artwork by Hilma af Klint, one of (if not the) first abstract artists in Western art. This is a fantastic example of the channelled symbolic style of paintings she created based on her spiritual work with a group of women called "The Five". (1915)
This is an unframed art print on museum-quality paper.
Please note: We strive to give you the best printing quality possible, however due to the difference between our printers and computer monitors, the colors in your fine art print will appear slightly different from how they are on your screen.
Some original images are cropped to fit the aspect ratio of the print. We choose the best sizes for each artwork and try to crop as little as possible, but be aware that your print could differ slightly in this way from the original art.
- 200 gsm / 80 lb matte (uncoated) paper.
- For indoor use.
- Unframed print is shipped ready for you to frame.
- Printed and shipped to order.