Crow by Theodorus van Hoytema
Theodorus van Hoytema was a Dutch lithographer, illustrator, and graphic designer, known for his book covers and calendars; especially those depicting birds. His designs formed the basis for pottery and furniture. He and his wife were the models for the main characters in Leo en Gerda (1911), a novel by Aegidius Willem Timmerman about the generation of artists who began their careers in the 1880s. A street was named after him in 1923, and a monument was placed there in 2009. (wiki)
Please contact us if you need alternative framing options or sizing.
Delivery is included in the cost, Australia-wide.
Each piece is handcrafted and made to order. Please allow a one-week turnaround time to produce, plus approx. one-week delivery.
Please choose carefully as we do not operate a refund or exchange policy for “Change of Mind" Returns.
If your artwork is damaged or in any other way not-quite-right when it arrives, contact us within 3 days to let us know and we'll organise a repair or replacement.
Buyers will need to pay the costs of return delivery. Your artwork needs to be returned in 'as-new' condition and in the same packaging as it arrived. If it's not in 'as-new' condition we reserve the right to return the product to you and refuse the refund.
Fine Art Prints
Please allow 20 business days (estimate) to produce and deliver your piece.
Poster Prints & Upload
Please allow a one-week turnaround time to produce, plus approx. one-week delivery.
While we make every effort to get your order to you as soon as possible, the timeframe is in no way a promise or guarantee of delivery time. If there are any unforeseen delays or concerns with your order Still&All is not liable as we have no control once the artwork is with the shipping company.
All pieces in the objet d'art collection are sold 'as-is' and all sales are final.
Books and magazine will be shipped within 3 days of order.
Colours, sizes, paper type and frame mouldings can all be customised to your specification.
Get in touch to discuss your requirements.