Prince Frog by Violeta Lopiz

Violeta Lopiz

The story of the princess and the frog is well know through the Brothers Grimm 1812 rendition. In the story the frog magically transforms in a handsome prince. This artwork by Violeta Lopiz communicates the beauty of a moment when everything is about to change. 

Prince Frog by Violeta Lopiz. Size: LARGE 16 x 20 inches (40,5 x 50,8 cm.) Giclée print of an original in ink on paper. This limited edition print is printed on artist-quality pigment- and acid-free cotton paper and comes unframed (framing option available separately) Each print in this series of 25, comes with a certificate of authenticity, numbered and signed by the artist with the date of printing. While all prints come unframed, they all fit standard frame sizes and standard pre-cut mat sizes (read: you won’t ever need to pay for pricey custom framing).

Category: Drawing. Ink. Spanish artist. 

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About the artist:

Violeta Lopiz was born in Ibiza, Spain. Violeta’s work has been awarded by the Biennial Ilustrarte 2016 and selected for the Salon du Livre in Montreul and Korea CJAwards. Her illustrations have also been selected five times in the Bologna Children Book Fair exhibition. Violeta illustrated Les Poings Sur les Lilesa beautiful animated film directed by Lu Bing for the CJ Picture Book FestivalShe had exhibitions in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Israel, Turkey, Korea and Japan.  She also illustrated the app Opera XXI for the Royal Theatre, and has work on murals in collaboration with illustrator Valerio Vidal in Germany.  She currently has her studio in Berlin. Her recent hobbies are: dancing without a method, traveling and living in different places, walking without glasses through the park and recording songs that nobody would hear. 

Violeta’s work is bold and sweet, both strong and delicate, as being a part of a dream we don’t want to wake up from.

Keywords: drawing, pencil drawing, fine art, animals, paintings, landscape, illustration. 

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