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High quality prints on paper or on canvas of Les Roberts art

Discover the original creative work of Les Roberts and purchase a high quality print on Canson paper or cotton canvas for your home.

High quality Art prints on canvas or paper

  • Museum quality giclée print for beautiful colour accuracy
  • Natural white, matte and ultra smooth 310 GSM archival paper or 395g/m² cotton canvas
  • Acid and lignin free for fade-resistant longevity
  • HD pigment archival inks for brilliant, durable colour
  • Fine art reproduction with all the tonalities and hues of the original painting
  • Custom trimmed with 1 in (25mm) border suitable for framing (included in print size)
  • Delivered rolled in a tube or framed or mounted on stretchers for the canvas

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Les Roberts-476 Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts-476 Art Print Home Decoration

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Les Roberts 31 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 97 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 97 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 107 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 107 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 218 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 218 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 300 - Art Print Home Decoration

Les Roberts 300 - Art Print Home Decoration

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What is Chromography?

This is the title I have given the unique process I have developed over a number of years. It all started by accident when I spilt some paint in a bowl of water. Out of curiousity I watched to see what would happen. Intrigued by the movement that occurred I decided to investigate this phenomenon further.

Different paints reacted differently to water. They also reacted differently when on wet fabrics. The next step was to use different paint bases together and observe the reactions. Very quickly I realized that an activator was required to generate a reaction. Over time I found that different activators were required for the many different combinations of paint bases I was using.

All these liquid activators are non-toxic, environment friendly, and quite harmless. Moving further in the operation I started using towers (layers) of different papers combined with fabrics. Each layer would have a different activator. Then a combination of paints would be added to the top layer. After a period of time photographs would be taken of each layer. The results varied from each layer to another.

Adding different paints directly to a liquid activator develops interactions over time. Eventually movement ceases after it reaches its peak and it will dissipate, so it is important to keep a photographic record of what happens, and what becomes the final development. On paper or fabric, the image remains wet for months and when it dries it has a fraction of quality it had earlier. So once again the only lasting record are photographs over a period of time capturing the moments.