Artist’s Collection, 1950’s First Hand Tretchikoff Print. This print has been produced to the highest quality under the artist’s personal supervision and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authentication.
'Red Cannas' was painted during Vladimir Tretchikoff’s time in Java. Being the first time that Tretchikoff used flowers as a subject, this experiment led to his appreciation of the subtle qualities of flower. His realization of the possibilities of colour combinations and intricacies of using flowers as a subject greatly influenced his later painting.
Tretchikoff Canvas Art prints are individually printed to order, using the latest digital print technologies and finest quality inks, as would be fitting for this famous artist. Because Tretchikoff's Vintage Prints - printed under the supervision of the artist himself back in the 1960's and 1970's - are beginning to run to low on stock (some even sold out), We now offer Tretchikoff fans the opportunity to purchase NEW Tretchikoff Canvas Art Prints.
Kindly note that shipping of stretched, framed canvases is extremely expensive, and there is a high risk of damage, and therefore all of our Canvas Art Prints are shipped from Cape Town, South Africa via courier rolled up in a tube.
Our Tretchikoff Art Canvas Prints are available in following sizes:
1. A3 (29.7cm x 42cm)
2. A2 (42cm x 59.4cm)
3. A1 (59.4cm x 84.1cm)
4. A0 (84.1cm x 118.9cm)
Please select your required size from the drop-down menu on the right hand side of this page.
Kindly note that, due to the unique dimensions of each artwork, sizes will vary slightly from the above in order for the artwork to fit properly. We prefer not to crop the images to fit the size, but rather adjust the size of the print to fit the artwork, and therefore the above dimensions may not be exact depending entirely on the artwork.
Our printers have a 7 day lead time, and you should therefore plan to receive your print within 14 days for SA customers, and 21 days for delivery addresses outside of South Africa, after order placement.
Also, please note that shipping of framed artworks is exrtemely expensive, and there is a high risk of damage, and therefore for all orders for these prints will be delivered rolled up in a tube.