This painting came into the workshop the other day. It was painted in Ranthambore National Park in India on very thin and flexible silk, rolled up in a tube for travel. The framing was not a great problem and the final image is, I think you will agree, eye-catching.
The traditional profile moulding is an unfinised 32mm ash which I stained and waxed to tone with the tigers colouration and markings Boards are conservation grade with a simple v-groove around the aperture. Glass is water white (low iron).