This new Hand-Painted Wall Art - Reflexology Hands is truly stunning!
We discovered the unique hand posters from India and we couldn't resist adding them to our spring collection. The painting represents the beauty of reflexology. This would also make a fantastic piece to add to your home decor.
- Contrasting bold colours
- Natural painting technique
- Vintage Style
Hand Poster Dimensions: each poster is approximately 27 x 27cm, although these sizes may vary.
Delicate brush techniques were used in this art poster to show all of the beautiful details in every corner of the picture. The dramatic bold colours would make an interesting focal point in your living room. It will most definitely catch all of your guests off guard when visiting your home. Natural products have been used in this vintage painting to add to the organic feel. Some of these products include vegetables and natural minerals.
The paper has a distressed texture that gives your wall a highly desired vintage look. Each poster was made as an individual piece which may lead to differences in colour and dimension. There is also a possibility of small lines. This will add character to every room in your home.
The feet shows the details of great factors of reflexology. With the details of pressure points clearly shown in the art piece, it shows the dramatic effect on parts of the human anatomy. Different parts of the body such as the lungs are placed in the vintage picture. This a great opportunity to include an inspirational piece in your home.
We have included four posters to the spring collection that we discovered in India. If you admire this educational poster, you will adore our foot poster that is in a similar style. This is a great way to show off what you have learned to everyone that enters your home.
With five versions of each poster, we encourage you to get yours before it's too late.
Each hand-painted picture painted on handmade khadi paper, reclaimed from unused cotton from the textile industry in India. There will be uneven and crumpled edges and paper may not have been cut parallel and straight. This means no two pictures will ever be the same.