• Image of Astronomer Maria Mitchell : 11 x 14 inch Archival Inkjet Print

11 x 14 inch archival inkjet print of original gouache watercolor painting. Image originally created for children's picture book "What Miss Mitchell Saw" by Hayley Barrett, illustrated by Diana Sudyka. Maria Mitchell was an American astronomer that discovered a comet in 1847. The quote in the print is the English translation of the latin phrase that was on the medal she was awarded: Non Frustra Signorum Obitus Speculamur et Ortus. "Not in vain do we watch the setting and rising of the stars." Printed with pigmented, archival inks on heavyweight cotton rag paper. Signed, and stamped on back with artist's chop mark.

- 11 x 14 inch standard frame size

-printed Hahnemuhle matte cotton rag paper with archival pigmented inks.


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