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This Monochrome artwork demonstrates the incredible work of the Labyrinth spider.  Found in abundence in wheat fields or areas of rough, un-cut grasses, particularly in the south of the UK, they gather and bind the stems together using their web silk, forming complicated networks of very strong tunnels and chambers, useful for trapping insects.  It has been said that historically, in other parts of Europe, these webs were collected and layered together to form a delicate canvas to paint religious minature artworks onto.  Not only are these intricate web formations natural artworks in their own right, but at some point in history they aided others in the depiction of their own works of art.  


This artwork is printed on the indisputable Hahnemuhle Photorag 100% cotton-based fine art museum-grade paper.  Giving a rich, succulent and velvety appearance, this paper is incredibly high calibre and gives excellent colour intensity and detail.


All print prices exclude framing.  If you require framing, this can be accomodated but is done on a bespoke/individual basis owing to the extensive options available. please make contact with us directly to discuss your requirements where we can advise/guide you and give you a personalised quotation.


Artwork size in store image is 615mm x 510mm (medium).

Webbed Wheat

£595.00 Regular Price
£476.00Sale Price
  • Off-the-wall refers to you purchasing this artwork directly from the wall at The Linden Tree 

    About the frame

    A highly ornate and substantial black swept style frame with coppor highlights to the detail, constructed from wood.  This frame is a repurposed frame and is naturally aged.  It shows signs of wear and tear, patina and dust.

    2mm TrueVue Conservation UV protection reflection control glazing.  

    MDF backing board to reverse with Flexi-tabs

    Brown framing tape seal

    Artist certification label

    Exterior frame measurements

    760mm x 660mm

    Frame aperture measurements

    615mm x 510mm


    Hahnemuhle Photorag 100% cotton fine art museum-grade paper. 

    Artwork measures 615mm x 510mm

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