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Wool grass

From CHF 99.00

Woolgrass, or Eriophorum in Latin, grows primarily in wetlands such as bogs, although smaller areas such as those found near mountain lakes may also be meant here. In this case, the small plants with the white tuft stand on a plateau in Norway and sway there in the light wind.

The plants look like white dots, spread out like carpets of several square meters and unevenly distributed over the impressive landscape. Nestled among larger and smaller boulders (the name given to the stone blocks that lie around the landscape), they shine into this late summer evening.

Our print convinces with finest details, which are reproduced in brilliant colors thanks to the most modern printing methods. A soothing lighting mood makes this image eye-catching and ideal for locations where a natural tranquility should be radiated.

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MaterialAcrylic glass, Alu-Dibond, Canvas, Hahnemühle FineArt Paper
Size120 x 80 cm, 180 x 120 cm, 45 x 30 cm, 60 x 40 cm, 75 x 50 cm
Scope of deliveryMounting material included. Hahnemühle FineArt pictures are delivered without mounting material and frame.
NotesDelivery is without watermark in the image.

For each sold mural we donate 5% of the sales price to recognized, non-profit Swiss NPOs to support climate protection measures in various sectors such as education, nutrition, consumption or mobility.

Our murals are made to order for you to avoid unnecessary production. The order will be delivered directly to you by our printing partner to avoid unnecessary transport.

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