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Harriet Wilson

“This work was created very quickly. I had no intention to depict a mountain but after reflecting on the mark made I then drew on the similarities of a place I call home.”

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Finer Space’s 2 penny worth:

For those of us who stem from Hobart, or who have a close affinity with the beautiful city, you’ll probably recognise a likeness of the treasured kunanyi/Mount Wellington here - often referred to by locals as ‘The Mountain’. The Hobart Rivulet flows to the foreground of this piece, and in the distance we see two travellers appreciating the view.

Harriet’s free hand creates a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing balanced piece, and we love the calm simplicity of this depiction.

Where we’d hang it:

Personally, we’re going to place this piece where we can see it often, and enjoy the nostalgic memories of leafy summer walks and icy winter snow scatterings around our favourite mountain. Perhaps in our living room, on top of the bookshelf.

Technical Details

Harriet’s wonderful design has been printed on to Hahnemühle Photo Rag by professional artisans. This beaut museum quality archival paper has only a tiny bit of paperly texture to it, just enough to see if you look closely but not enough to detract from the detail of her work. It is of 308gsm and is comprised 100% of cotton. The inks used are fully archival Epson UltraChrome K3® pigment inks. They’re pretty special inks, and with the correct care this piece will last a lifetime.

This here is a quality piece of artisan craft.


Your prints will arrive in strong, acid-free clear polypropylene sleeves or sheets. We’ll pop the artwork in it’s sleeve into a super-duper strong kraft mailing tube so that it survives it’s journey to you completely unscathed. For more info, see our Quality and Sustainability section.

We also include a card with the artist’s story, as well as their story behind your chosen artwork.

Upon receiving your print

Wash and dry your hands thoroughly before handling. There is likely to be a slight curl as it has been resting inside the postage tube. Gently unfurl. Keeping the print within it’s protective cover, you can carefully weigh each corner (for example, with a book), to help the curl straighten out.

When you do take the print out of it’s protective cover, touch only the edges of the paper, and lift the print by the opposite corners.

We do include a little ‘how to care for your print’ piece with every artwork, so if your piece is intended as a gift the lucky recipient will have guidance.

Wondering what to do next? See our Handy Tips page, and in particular our notes on ‘Where should I place my artwork?’, ‘To frame or not to frame?’, and ‘How high should I hang my work?’

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