This beautiful giclee is taken from the original painting created by Glenda Green to offer a visionary depiction of vineyards around the world and throughout history. It was inspired by her own commercial vineyard in Paradise, Texas. The foreground of the painting is her personal vineyard, which she worked hands-on.
The second row of hills was a favorite vineyard in Sonoma county, California, and the most remote hillside was an ancient vineyard in Yugoslavia. Today wine is consumed mostly for pleasure and celebration. However, in distant history it was one of three vital sources of hydration. Due to animal waste, mud, and flood debris, open water supplies were unsafe to drink. The three primary sources of hydration were deep wells, stone springs, and wine. So vineyards were not a luxury. Villages would build around them and care for them as an essential need.
This giclee was printed with a fine art giclee printer on archival heavy weight matte paper that will last for decades if protected from direct UV light. Ready for matting and framing. Each print is made one at a time and signed by the artist.. The print is 16 x 20 image size, and the paper size is 20 x 24. The image is impeccably detailed with stunning color, and the overall quality is breath taking. This has allowed us to bring down the cost for you to have an awesome giclee for only a little more than what you would pay for an ordinary print.