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Saatchi Art’s curators have worked with artists from around the world to hand-pick every artwork we offer on Limited in order to provide you with an unmatched selection of limited edition prints. We are proud to offer "Deplazium" by Marianne Hendriks, which is available exclusively on Limited.

Limited Edition Prints

Artworks in a limited edition have a set number of prints available for each size offered. For the 12x9 size edition, "Deplazium" comes in a limited edition of only 100 prints. Once all 100 of the prints in this edition size have sold out, there will be no other prints of "Deplazium" available in the size of 12 inches high by 9 inches wide. Limited edition prints of this artwork may be available in other sizes.

Framing Options

Custom frame options are available in solid wood and each framed artwork ships ready to hang––right out of the box. Choose from black, white, or natural wood frames in a classic "box" style.

Certificate of Authenticity

All limited edition prints are accompanied by a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Legal Disclosure

The term "limited edition" has various meanings depending upon the artist, publisher, distributor and seller (or reseller). Saatchi Art uses the term "limited edition prints" to denote two dimensional art prints available through a pre-publication license agreement between the artist and Saatchi Art and sold pursuant to an exclusive prints publication arrangement. READ MORE

This exclusive arrangement with the artist establishes a total maximum number of prints based on a single original high resolution digital image of a specific work of art created by the artist for limited and exclusive reproduction based on different paper type and/or dimension of the print. Certain information about the limited edition print and sale will be provided to buyers in a Certificate of Authenticity which is included with the purchase of each limited edition print through Limited by Saatchi Art. Saatchi Art is selling "limited edition prints" in compliance with the standards of disclosure established by California law regulating the sale of limited edition art prints. The image for any limited edition print may, in certain circumstances, be licensed by the artist for reproduction on other consumer products, such as phone cases, apparel and other home décor accents (but excluding two dimensional art prints).

California Law

California law (HTTP://CODES.FINDLAW.COM/CA/CIVIL-CODE/CIV-SECT-1740.HTML) provides for disclosure in writing of information concerning certain fine prints, photographs, and sculptures prior to effecting a sale of them. This law requires disclosure of such matters as the identity of the artist, the artist’s signature, the medium, whether the multiple is a reproduction, the time when the multiple was produced, use of the plate which produced the multiple, and the number of multiples in a "limited edition." If a prospective purchaser so requests, the information shall be transmitted to him or her prior to payment, or the placing of an order for a multiple. If payment is made by a purchaser prior to delivery of the multiple, this information will be supplied at the time of or prior to delivery, in which case the purchaser is entitled to a refund if, for reasons related to the matters contained in such information, he or she returns the multiple in the condition in which it was received, within 30 days of receiving it. In addition, if after payment and delivery, it is ascertained that the information provided is incorrect, the purchaser may be entitled to certain remedies, including a refund upon return of the multiple in the condition in which it was received.

Certificate of Authenticity and Warranties

Buyers of limited edition prints are entitled to a Certificate of Authenticity upon request prior to placing a limited edition print order online, or at the time of or prior to delivery of the limited edition print. Every limited edition print sold through Limited by Saatchi Art comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which includes a certification that the "information and statements contained therein are true and correct."

Availability of Other Products that Include the Subject Art Work

Saatchi Art is the exclusive distributor of limited edition art prints available for sale on Limited by Saatchi Art. In certain circumstances, the artist of a work available as a limited edition art print on Limited by Saatchi Art may license the image of the subject work for reproduction related to the sale of other consumer products, such as phone cases, apparel and other home décor accents (but excluding two dimensional art prints). The manner and consumer goods on which the image is reproduced are at the discretion of the artist, but the artist is precluded from permitting the subject work to be made available for reproduction on two dimensional art prints other than limited edition prints available for purchase on Limited by Saatchi Art.

What Limited by Saatchi Art Edition Numbering Means

A limited edition print that recites the number 2/25 means that the buyer is purchasing the second published print in a maximum print edition of 25 total prints (plus any proofs) of a specified size and dimension based upon a high resolution digital image of the artist’s original work of art. The Certificate of Authenticity tells the buyer if more than one edition has been published from the original image. For example, a print numbered 2/25 in a limited edition of 25 could be sold measuring 12" x 24" and another print numbered 2/15 in a limited edition of 15 could be sold measuring 24" x 36". The Certificate of Authenticity in that example would show that the total number is 40 prints (plus any proofs).

Title: Deplazium Collection: Botanicus I № 878003 42Hx32Wx2.5Dcm / 17Hx13W x1D" ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BIOGRAPHY: Marianne Hendriks shares her wonderment of nature in a painting practice highly informed by her background in architecture and design. With each distillation of a leaf into a simple abstraction, Marianne attempts to make sense of the world by categorically manipulating geometry and form. Her oil paintings possess a rhythmic quality, created by the repetition of pattern and texture, and seek out balance between realism and highly stylised expression. Marianne returned to the Netherlands after graduating with a BA in Architecture & Spatial Design with Honors at Central St. Martins, London, England. Her works have been exhibited in Amsterdam, New York, London, and Italy, including The Other Art Fair London and Brooklyn. Marianne's paintings have been featured in various publications, including Vogue Living NL, and her work was selected for special projects with Sheraton and Eden Roc Hotel. Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator and Vice President of Art Advisory at Saatchi Art. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SUBJECT: Marianne Hendriks’s subject is nature, its design and construction. Marianne simplifies plants and leaves by deconstructing and redesigning to balance structure and symmetry and create optical illusive effects. Influences include architecture and art history. The collection is portraits of plants and leaves which capture a mood and moment. The work is exploratory and experimental and driven by playfulness, curiosity. Trial and error is part of the work to create tension and balance. APPROACH: Marianne Hendriks’s approach is with an entrepreneurial mindset and with a great ambition to achieve the highest quality and preservation. She continues to educate herself in mastering the skills of the old dutch masters’ techniques, reproducing masterpieces to learn techniques from and studying art history. She considers herself an educated artist ‘Pictor Doctus’, with a wide range of professional accomplishments and experiences in technical drawing, graphic design and art direction - production - management. CRAFTSMANSHIP: Marianne Hendriks’s work is all designed and crafted in her studio and wood workshop. The inhouse production started with the desire to achieve aesthetic features and to design technical aspects that become features of the presentation. The process of designing and adjusting technical elements from the drawing board to building in the workshop is part of how Marianne works. Designing and building panels, canvasses, frames for the paintings, shipping crates to building storage and presentation furniture and custom made tools. INFLUENCES: Marianne Hendriks’s work is influenced by the works of art in the movement of Japonism and Wabi Sabi philosophy. Artists of this movement such as Georgia O’Keefe and Van Gogh are a great inspiration to the Botanicus Collection. Her studies in architecture and design have been influenced by nature, The Botanicus collection is inspired by the design approach and transferring this into fine art. The painting techniques of the 17th Dutch Masters in contemporary context is what Marianne also likes to challenge her work in. ACHIEVEMENTS: Marianne Hendriks is represented by over fifty clients worldwide. Collaborating on high end profile and very diverse projects. She exhibits worldwide including New York, London, Amsterdam, Portugal, Italy. Has been praised by the New York Times Newspaper and featured in Vogue Living NL and Egoista Magazine. She is part of several important collections including the Soho House collection. Main representatives are Saatchi, Amar Gallery and The Other Art Fair. EDUCATION: Marianne Hendriks graduated from St.Martins Foundation in Art & design and a BA in Architecture and spatial design London. St. Martins is known for it’s work ethic, approach and conceptual thinking in multidisciplinary studies and technical exploration. Marianne’s approach in her work ethic aspires to continue in this discipline of expanding and developing her work. Since graduating, she has been furthering her repertoire experience in working in diverse functions in the creative industry, expanding her know-how and collaborations. Now she continues to study and recreate old masterpieces at Atelier Wildschut in the tradition of trompe l'oeil and Faux Art alongside her career to enhance skills and expand her knowledge. Mariannne Hendriks possesses her own library of technical, historical, biography and botanical books that is constantly expanding. REPRESENTATIVES: Marianne Hendriks is globally represented by Amar Gallery based in London, global Saatchi Art, curator Kate Bryan - Soho House Collection, The Other Art Fair, This Art Fair, curator Lee Sharrock and many more. TESTIMONIES: New York Times: ’Enticing botanical paintings’ Brooks S. Mason’. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MEDIUM: Marianne Hendriks uses high-quality medium oil pigment paint applied in alla prima technique. The surface is made by the artist out of birch panel - cradled and sized on both sides to guarantee a stable carrier. She chose to work with oil paint as it is translucent and has the highest pigment concentration to create depthful, vibrant and detailed works of art. PRESENTATION: The surface of the wood panel is made out of birch and cradled, sized with gesso on both sides to stabilize. The construction is light and works of art can be as large as 1.5 meters / 59 Inch / 49 Foot. The weight of the painting is min 700gr/ 1.5 pounds and heaviest 2kg/ 4.4 pounds including frame. These are standard weights for painting these sizes and are suitable for standard walls. The reverse of the painting is sealed with frame tape to prevent dirt getting stuck in the ridges. PROVENANCE: All paintings have labels on the reverse side with the painting’s title, collection title, artist name and contact details. Each painting is numbered with a unique code stamp and recorded in the artist ledger by the artist with sales records to ensure collectors of authenticity and provenance. The paintings are scanned in high resolution and are also recorded in the ledger. The artist has not signed the work. Sales records are kept private and are never misused or shared by the artist and representatives. FRAMING: The paintings come with frames made out of untreated hardwood in a box-frame style, constructed and designed by the artist. The style of frame is elegant, slender and natural and suits contemporary interiors of diverse styles. Hanging system is included, one top central shark teeth system (attached). ATELIER/STUDIO: The studio / atelier is environmentally conscious and is as sustainable as possible and aims to always improve . There are no chemicals used and only natural cleaning products. Packaging for shipments are completely recyclable and biodegradable. The Studio also has a wood workshop where panels, canvasses, frames and crates are built by the artist to guarantee the highest quality and most sustainable production possible. SHIPMENT: The shipment crate is custom made for each painting by the artist to guarantee safe transport and storage. All materials are natural, biodegradable and recyclable. CURATION: Combining artwork of the Botanicus Collection is popular with collectors. Juxtaposing works is a great way to create comparative contrasts for the spectator. The small works are also often added to existing collections of diverse styles that also have the effect of artworks being in conversation with one another. The art work is style is constructive and rhythmic and has subtle op art effects and creates a strong statement and yet has very calming effects. The art work suits also very clean and modern large spaces. LICENCE AGREEMENTS: All art works by Marianne Hendriks are available for non-exclusive licence agreements. All paintings are professionally scanned by a fine art 3D scanner to provide the best quality reproduction possibilities. Please get in touch with the Saatchi team with any enquiries. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Netherlands - Amsterdam - +31 (0)6 410 23 678 - info@mariannehendriks.com - www.mariannehendriks.com - @mariannehendriksart
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Exclusive To Saatchi Art

Saatchi Art’s curators have worked with artists from around the world to hand-pick every artwork we offer on Limited in order to provide you with an unmatched selection of limited edition prints. We are proud to offer "Deplazium" by Marianne Hendriks, which is available exclusively on Limited.

Limited Edition Prints

Artworks in a limited edition have a set number of prints available for each size offered. For the 12x9 size edition, "Deplazium" comes in a limited edition of only 100 prints. Once all 100 of the prints in this edition size have sold out, there will be no other prints of "Deplazium" available in the size of 12 inches high by 9 inches wide. Limited edition prints of this artwork may be available in other sizes.

Framing Options

Custom frame options are available in solid wood and each framed artwork ships ready to hang––right out of the box. Choose from black, white, or natural wood frames in a classic "box" style.

Certificate of Authenticity

All limited edition prints are accompanied by a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Legal Disclosure

The term "limited edition" has various meanings depending upon the artist, publisher, distributor and seller (or reseller). Saatchi Art uses the term "limited edition prints" to denote two dimensional art prints available through a pre-publication license agreement between the artist and Saatchi Art and sold pursuant to an exclusive prints publication arrangement. READ MORE

This exclusive arrangement with the artist establishes a total maximum number of prints based on a single original high resolution digital image of a specific work of art created by the artist for limited and exclusive reproduction based on different paper type and/or dimension of the print. Certain information about the limited edition print and sale will be provided to buyers in a Certificate of Authenticity which is included with the purchase of each limited edition print through Limited by Saatchi Art. Saatchi Art is selling "limited edition prints" in compliance with the standards of disclosure established by California law regulating the sale of limited edition art prints. The image for any limited edition print may, in certain circumstances, be licensed by the artist for reproduction on other consumer products, such as phone cases, apparel and other home décor accents (but excluding two dimensional art prints).

California Law

California law (HTTP://CODES.FINDLAW.COM/CA/CIVIL-CODE/CIV-SECT-1740.HTML) provides for disclosure in writing of information concerning certain fine prints, photographs, and sculptures prior to effecting a sale of them. This law requires disclosure of such matters as the identity of the artist, the artist’s signature, the medium, whether the multiple is a reproduction, the time when the multiple was produced, use of the plate which produced the multiple, and the number of multiples in a "limited edition." If a prospective purchaser so requests, the information shall be transmitted to him or her prior to payment, or the placing of an order for a multiple. If payment is made by a purchaser prior to delivery of the multiple, this information will be supplied at the time of or prior to delivery, in which case the purchaser is entitled to a refund if, for reasons related to the matters contained in such information, he or she returns the multiple in the condition in which it was received, within 30 days of receiving it. In addition, if after payment and delivery, it is ascertained that the information provided is incorrect, the purchaser may be entitled to certain remedies, including a refund upon return of the multiple in the condition in which it was received.

Certificate of Authenticity and Warranties

Buyers of limited edition prints are entitled to a Certificate of Authenticity upon request prior to placing a limited edition print order online, or at the time of or prior to delivery of the limited edition print. Every limited edition print sold through Limited by Saatchi Art comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which includes a certification that the "information and statements contained therein are true and correct."

Availability of Other Products that Include the Subject Art Work

Saatchi Art is the exclusive distributor of limited edition art prints available for sale on Limited by Saatchi Art. In certain circumstances, the artist of a work available as a limited edition art print on Limited by Saatchi Art may license the image of the subject work for reproduction related to the sale of other consumer products, such as phone cases, apparel and other home décor accents (but excluding two dimensional art prints). The manner and consumer goods on which the image is reproduced are at the discretion of the artist, but the artist is precluded from permitting the subject work to be made available for reproduction on two dimensional art prints other than limited edition prints available for purchase on Limited by Saatchi Art.

What Limited by Saatchi Art Edition Numbering Means

A limited edition print that recites the number 2/25 means that the buyer is purchasing the second published print in a maximum print edition of 25 total prints (plus any proofs) of a specified size and dimension based upon a high resolution digital image of the artist’s original work of art. The Certificate of Authenticity tells the buyer if more than one edition has been published from the original image. For example, a print numbered 2/25 in a limited edition of 25 could be sold measuring 12" x 24" and another print numbered 2/15 in a limited edition of 15 could be sold measuring 24" x 36". The Certificate of Authenticity in that example would show that the total number is 40 prints (plus any proofs).

Title: Deplazium Collection: Botanicus I № 878003 42Hx32Wx2.5Dcm / 17Hx13W x1D" ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BIOGRAPHY: Marianne Hendriks shares her wonderment of nature in a painting practice highly informed by her background in architecture and design. With each distillation of a leaf into a simple abstraction, Marianne attempts to make sense of the world by categorically manipulating geometry and form. Her oil paintings possess a rhythmic quality, created by the repetition of pattern and texture, and seek out balance between realism and highly stylised expression. Marianne returned to the Netherlands after graduating with a BA in Architecture & Spatial Design with Honors at Central St. Martins, London, England. Her works have been exhibited in Amsterdam, New York, London, and Italy, including The Other Art Fair London and Brooklyn. Marianne's paintings have been featured in various publications, including Vogue Living NL, and her work was selected for special projects with Sheraton and Eden Roc Hotel. Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator and Vice President of Art Advisory at Saatchi Art. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SUBJECT: Marianne Hendriks’s subject is nature, its design and construction. Marianne simplifies plants and leaves by deconstructing and redesigning to balance structure and symmetry and create optical illusive effects. Influences include architecture and art history. The collection is portraits of plants and leaves which capture a mood and moment. The work is exploratory and experimental and driven by playfulness, curiosity. Trial and error is part of the work to create tension and balance. APPROACH: Marianne Hendriks’s approach is with an entrepreneurial mindset and with a great ambition to achieve the highest quality and preservation. She continues to educate herself in mastering the skills of the old dutch masters’ techniques, reproducing masterpieces to learn techniques from and studying art history. She considers herself an educated artist ‘Pictor Doctus’, with a wide range of professional accomplishments and experiences in technical drawing, graphic design and art direction - production - management. CRAFTSMANSHIP: Marianne Hendriks’s work is all designed and crafted in her studio and wood workshop. The inhouse production started with the desire to achieve aesthetic features and to design technical aspects that become features of the presentation. The process of designing and adjusting technical elements from the drawing board to building in the workshop is part of how Marianne works. Designing and building panels, canvasses, frames for the paintings, shipping crates to building storage and presentation furniture and custom made tools. INFLUENCES: Marianne Hendriks’s work is influenced by the works of art in the movement of Japonism and Wabi Sabi philosophy. Artists of this movement such as Georgia O’Keefe and Van Gogh are a great inspiration to the Botanicus Collection. Her studies in architecture and design have been influenced by nature, The Botanicus collection is inspired by the design approach and transferring this into fine art. The painting techniques of the 17th Dutch Masters in contemporary context is what Marianne also likes to challenge her work in. ACHIEVEMENTS: Marianne Hendriks is represented by over fifty clients worldwide. Collaborating on high end profile and very diverse projects. She exhibits worldwide including New York, London, Amsterdam, Portugal, Italy. Has been praised by the New York Times Newspaper and featured in Vogue Living NL and Egoista Magazine. She is part of several important collections including the Soho House collection. Main representatives are Saatchi, Amar Gallery and The Other Art Fair. EDUCATION: Marianne Hendriks graduated from St.Martins Foundation in Art & design and a BA in Architecture and spatial design London. St. Martins is known for it’s work ethic, approach and conceptual thinking in multidisciplinary studies and technical exploration. Marianne’s approach in her work ethic aspires to continue in this discipline of expanding and developing her work. Since graduating, she has been furthering her repertoire experience in working in diverse functions in the creative industry, expanding her know-how and collaborations. Now she continues to study and recreate old masterpieces at Atelier Wildschut in the tradition of trompe l'oeil and Faux Art alongside her career to enhance skills and expand her knowledge. Mariannne Hendriks possesses her own library of technical, historical, biography and botanical books that is constantly expanding. REPRESENTATIVES: Marianne Hendriks is globally represented by Amar Gallery based in London, global Saatchi Art, curator Kate Bryan - Soho House Collection, The Other Art Fair, This Art Fair, curator Lee Sharrock and many more. TESTIMONIES: New York Times: ’Enticing botanical paintings’ Brooks S. Mason’. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MEDIUM: Marianne Hendriks uses high-quality medium oil pigment paint applied in alla prima technique. The surface is made by the artist out of birch panel - cradled and sized on both sides to guarantee a stable carrier. She chose to work with oil paint as it is translucent and has the highest pigment concentration to create depthful, vibrant and detailed works of art. PRESENTATION: The surface of the wood panel is made out of birch and cradled, sized with gesso on both sides to stabilize. The construction is light and works of art can be as large as 1.5 meters / 59 Inch / 49 Foot. The weight of the painting is min 700gr/ 1.5 pounds and heaviest 2kg/ 4.4 pounds including frame. These are standard weights for painting these sizes and are suitable for standard walls. The reverse of the painting is sealed with frame tape to prevent dirt getting stuck in the ridges. PROVENANCE: All paintings have labels on the reverse side with the painting’s title, collection title, artist name and contact details. Each painting is numbered with a unique code stamp and recorded in the artist ledger by the artist with sales records to ensure collectors of authenticity and provenance. The paintings are scanned in high resolution and are also recorded in the ledger. The artist has not signed the work. Sales records are kept private and are never misused or shared by the artist and representatives. FRAMING: The paintings come with frames made out of untreated hardwood in a box-frame style, constructed and designed by the artist. The style of frame is elegant, slender and natural and suits contemporary interiors of diverse styles. Hanging system is included, one top central shark teeth system (attached). ATELIER/STUDIO: The studio / atelier is environmentally conscious and is as sustainable as possible and aims to always improve . There are no chemicals used and only natural cleaning products. Packaging for shipments are completely recyclable and biodegradable. The Studio also has a wood workshop where panels, canvasses, frames and crates are built by the artist to guarantee the highest quality and most sustainable production possible. SHIPMENT: The shipment crate is custom made for each painting by the artist to guarantee safe transport and storage. All materials are natural, biodegradable and recyclable. CURATION: Combining artwork of the Botanicus Collection is popular with collectors. Juxtaposing works is a great way to create comparative contrasts for the spectator. The small works are also often added to existing collections of diverse styles that also have the effect of artworks being in conversation with one another. The art work is style is constructive and rhythmic and has subtle op art effects and creates a strong statement and yet has very calming effects. The art work suits also very clean and modern large spaces. LICENCE AGREEMENTS: All art works by Marianne Hendriks are available for non-exclusive licence agreements. All paintings are professionally scanned by a fine art 3D scanner to provide the best quality reproduction possibilities. Please get in touch with the Saatchi team with any enquiries. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Netherlands - Amsterdam - +31 (0)6 410 23 678 - info@mariannehendriks.com - www.mariannehendriks.com - @mariannehendriksart
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Ready-to-Hang, High Quality Frames

All of our frames are made from responsibly harvested wood and have a rich finish and grain.

  • Solid wood in a classic "box" profile to offer depth and a contemporary look: 3/4" wide x 1-1/4" tall.
  • FSC-certified and responsibly harvested solid wood.
  • Elegant 2"-3" white border to accentuate the artwork's colors and ensure flatness of the print.
  • Sealed backing with a wire or sawtooth for immediate hanging.

Numbered and Signed Certificate of Authenticity

Each limited edition print comes with a certificate that displays the artwork details, artist's signature, edition number and total quantity. Our certificates of authenticity are printed on white acid-free fine art paper.

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