This Art Print features a reproduction of Climbing the hill (2015) by artist Arturo Laime. The original was made of acrylic pigments on cardboard.
In Arturo’s words: “The desire to overcome adversities and to reach new horizons was the unconscious motivation for this artwork. With time I learned that no matter how big and difficult that Hill seems, with determination and hope we can climb it.”
About this Metal Print:
Climbing the hill Metal Print is made with the latest German printing techniques and processes. The Direct Print On Aluminum ensures excellent picture quality combined with great durability.
Vivid colours with a luxurious gloss finish.
Lightweight and robust. Thickness: 1 mm
Ready To Hang: quickly & securely mount your Metal Art Print on the wall. Compatible with gallery ledges.
It’s Waterproof and resistant to changes in temperature. Ideal for indoor & outdoor areas, terraces and bathrooms, as well as for long-term outdoor exhibitions.
Resistant to UV rays, dust, or moisture.
Protected During Delivery in a secure made-to-measure package.
Delivered from Frankfurt am Main
What is an HD Metal Print and how is this print made?
HD Metal print is a 1 mm thick Aluminium that has a special, transparent coating, making it a straightforward and durable substrate for your artwork. The artwork image is printed onto a transfer sheet using Fine Art inkjet inks. Then, in a process involving high pressure and heat, the print is steamed from the transfer sheet into the aluminium’s special coating. HD Metal Prints are easy to handle in any size or format, and they are weatherproof and impervious to fluctuations in temperature.
Climbing the hill Metal Print is made in Germany, in collaboration with one of the best Photo Labs Worldwide, with more than 100 awards and recommendations.
We aim to deliver shop products within:
Germany – 3-5 working days
Europe – 5-10 working days
Rest of world – 10-24 working days
- The size of the artwork on pictures is just referential.
- Artwork colours may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings
- no watermark appears in the original
Here more information about artist Arturo Laime