About our O Rose prints

O Rose is a painting developed by Julie Anne Denton during the visual research for a diptych of glass sculptures called "O Rose - The chorus and the protagonist". O Rose is inspired by the book 'Songs of Innocence & Songs of Experience' written by the 18th Century English visionary artist William Blake. 'Jerusalem' what is considered to be Englands second National Anthem was originally a poem penned by William Blake.

This print edition is limited to series of 250 art prints and is printed on 100% cotton rag paper, with a smooth velvet surface. This paper is designed to meet the highest printing standards needed for museum quality and limited edition prints. Printing is made using a 12-color archival pigment process, instead of the typical 4-color process with a digital printer.