Illustration for a short story entitled "Madame Biscornue", written by Fanny Chartres.
About the artist
Irina Dobrescu (b.1980) studied Graphics at the University of Arts in Bucharest and is currently a book illustrator.
As a founding member of the Illustrators’ Club, she participated in group exhibitions in various European cities, including London, Venice, Paris, Madrid. Among the books illustrated by Irina are: ‘The day sleep flew away’, ‘The Yoli Zoli Witch and The Alandala Dust’, ‘What’s the deal with reading?’, and The Xenophobe’s Guide Series include covers signed by her.
About the printing technique
Giclée fine art prints are high-fidelity reproductions of original artworks, produced on a professional ink-jet printer.
The 270g textured fine art paper we use offers a great archival stability, guaranteeing a durability that exceeds 100 years for prints framed behind glass and guarded from UV rays. The watercolor texture of the surface lends a certain characteristic to the print, revealing impressive details of the artwork.