This painting was created in celebration of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012. Now, on her 90th birthday it is framed and ready for sale. In the painting The Queen is wearing The Diamond Diadem, one of her most widely recognised pieces of jewellery and the crown she wore on the way to her Coronation in 1952.
Painted using acrylic and created using a very fine brush to achieve the detailing and shadows. Diamond dust has been used on sections of the background in reference to the anniversary, which sparkles as it catches the light, giving off a brilliance and sense of movement in a twinkling gemstone effect. Colourful embossed paint and shining silver metallic leaf has been used on the crown to highlight the diamonds and pearls, creating a unique effect from different viewpoints.
Framed in a 33mm wide smooth painted flat-faced matt white wooden frame.
Crystal clear 2mm acrylic glazing.
Shatter proof and 20% clearer than glass.
The painting is signed on the front and comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity attached to the back of the frame. The frame is complete with a 35mm acid free double mount (snow white top, silver grey bottom) and backing board, which protects the artwork.
Acrylic, metallic leaf, ink, diamond dust & embossed paints