John Bauer's painting The trolls in Domberget wait for strangers (1907), with its muted, muted earth tones, depicts two trolls standing on the mountain, peering and listening. They are waiting for strangers. Below them, the deep forest breaks out in beautiful shades of brown and grey. Three stars are visible in the light beige sky. The painting is a variant of an illustration made for a story of the same name by Cyrus Granér in the Christmas Jack: Christmas magazine for young and old in 1907. This replica of the original was exhibited in Rome in 1911.
What is the difference between regular posters and our Fine Art prints?
The big difference between our fine art reproductions, or Giclée as it is also known, compared to posters is the quality of the print itself, both in terms of colour reproduction and age resistance. The size of the print run also differs. Posters are mass-produced, while our art reproductions are produced on a small scale using high quality pigment ink on a carefully selected, age-resistant and acid-free paper. The paper is also completely free of optical brighteners (OBA), so it does not yellow over time. Each fine art print undergoes a thorough check by the printer to ensure quality.
Something that is not significantly different? The price.