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A limited edition hand-finished print

This stunning limited edition print is a reproduction of one of Hatti Pattisson's original paintings. Hatti overpaints and hand-finishes each piece with acrylic paint, uniquely adding texture and detailed brushstrokes - bridging the gap between a standard reproduction and an original artwork.

Unveiling is inspired by the peaceful moment when rain clouds drift away, revealing a glistening landscape. Hatti's love for nature and the Scottish landscape she grew up in is clearly seen in her beautiful work. 



Hatti Pattisson

Unveiling hand finished print by Hatti Pattisson for AUTHOR's collection of British-made luxury art

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Hatti Pattisson

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  • Beautifully hand-finished by Scottish artist, Hatti Pattisson, in her Edinburgh studio.

    The images of the overpainting are given as a guide to the level of embellishment and are not necessarily of this print.

    This artwork will be produced in an edition of 150 certificated prints as follows:
    10 sized 140 x 100 cm
    25 sized 110 x 79 cm
    50 sized 90 x 65 cm
    65 sized 70 x 50 cm

    Produced on 330 gsm FSC Approved white card. Each print is produced with a white border around the edge. As each piece is hand-finished, Hatti may paint on this white border which makes the art piece bigger. It is advised that you wait till you receive the print in the post, before organising a frame.


  • Certified prints available in sizes: 140 x 100cm, 110 x 79cm, 90 x 65cm and 70 x 50cm.

  • As these prints are made to order, please allow 4-6 weeks after purchase for this process to be completed.

  • We recommend to simply dust using a dry soft and fine brush, although it is better to see an art restorer.