This is a unique mirror with a hand painted beech wood frame. The top panel consists of three apertures and four picture panels. Each panel features a postcard, framed behind museum grade glass, of a drawing by Georges Seurat (1859 – 1891). The original drawing,
, is in the collection of the Courtauld Gallery, London. The base section has a contrasting series of vertical stripes, their proportions deriving from the drawing.
Main photograph by Guy Lockwood
The colours used for this mirror are from the Farrow & Ball range:
for the frame, and
for the base stripes
The square mirror is 4mm thick and has polished edges. It is feather floated within the central tray section, the inside of which is painted
mirror is stamped, signed and dated on the reverse. The mirror frame is backed with 3mm MDF and has been fitted with a split batten for secure, flush mounting to the wall.
Size: 980 x 610 x 45 mm
Weight: 8 kg
Mirror panel: 560 x 560 mm
Not suitable for areas with high condensation
This mirror is available from our gallery
IAP Fine Art
Please use the button below for further information. Commissions based on this design are also welcome.
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