Stalwart, Sable Island, 2017

Archival inkjet print
Edition of 7

  • Extra Large 44" x 66"
    Large 32" x 48"
    Medium 20" x 30"

    We are also happy to print your favourite piece in a custom size.


  • Acrylic
  • Museum


Stalwart, Sable Island, 2017

Archival inkjet print
Edition of 7

  • All prints are of gallery quality, Printed on 100% hahnemühle archival paper
  • All prints are titled, numbered, and signed by Jennifer Irving
  • Each print comes with with a signed certificate of authenticity
  • Unframed pieces are printed with a white border.

Acrylic Mounted Prints

To protect and preserve your Jennifer Irving print, it is mounted on acid-free sintra backing and covered with acrylic. This surface, which is 99% UV protective, creates a richer, more vibrant look than glass. The result is a striking, clean-lined effect.

    Acrylic glass rated to block up to 80% UV rays
    Please keep in mind that our standard plexiglass will have reflective properties similar to glass.
    Acrylic glass rated to block up to 99% UV rays
    The best option for a high quality look, the museum plexiglass reduces 20-30% of reflections
    Easy to clean surface with enhanced durability
  • I offer framing in my signature style on all limited edition photographic prints. 1” frame with a 1” white matboard.
  • I use a lightweight plexi to ensure that your framed artwork is installed easily and does not require a professional hanging service.
  • Once you have received your framed artwork, it is ready to hang.
  • *Please note: My Extra Large sized prints are printed edge to edge and are framed without a mat board.
  • Your artwork is printed to order and personally signed by Jennifer in her studio. It is then shipped securely in a custom-made travel box to ensure its safe delivery to your address.
  • Please allow 28 days for delivery.
    Please note: During peak periods framing turnaround times may be extended. Please contact us for more information.

The place that started it all. Wild We Roam originated on this golden crescent far-flung in the Atlantic Ocean. A remote sandbar, it is nearly uninhabited, except by its famous herds of some 500 wild horses. With a history of shipwrecks and folklore, the mystique surrounding Sable is almost as thick as the fog that often envelops it. The magic of this rugged locale, with its unique herds living free of human intervention, set the stage for a grander global project.

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