Counting 1 to 10 Canvas Print

By Lucy Monkman

Counting 1 to 10 Canvas Print

Four Camels, seven penguins and nine turtles! Counting has never been such fun. Humorous, engaging and educational this beautiful canvas print is simply perfection! Enjoy pointing out and counting the loveable characters in each scene with your little ones. With so many cute, cuddly and colourful things to see they will happily get lost in the world of numbers, all the while becoming a whizz at counting. Like we said.... perfection!

Specifications:

  • 50 x 70 x 2 cm (20 x 28 x 0.8 in)
  • Giclée cotton canvas print, finished on all sides
  • Stretched around a wooden frame (FSC approved wood)
  • Hanger attached for wall mounting

$109.03

In Stock. Dispatch: 2 working days [?]

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About the Artist

Lucy Monkman

I began my career as an illustrator with fashion illustration. I gradually broadened the range of my work and have since worked as a freelance illustrator in design, in editorial and in publishing. Clients that I have worked for include: Harpers & Queen, Junior, Paper House and Penguin Books.

From childhood though I have always loved drawing animals. This has increasingly led me to work on more projects for children. When I had my own children I really enjoyed creating images for them. From the artwork that I did for them I received commissions for the nurseries and bedrooms of other boys and girls. Now whenever I draw or collage a new animal I always ask my children if they can tell what it is and they are generally very patient in telling me the answer. They can also be quite diplomatic when a rabbit looks too like a mouse.

The majority of my work involves line drawing and collage. In addition to my commissioned work I have recently established my own paper goods business. This has enabled me to develop my illustration work for children and to work on designs with all sorts of animals.