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"To capture the heart’s desire the painter looks to the sky for inspiration, paintbrush in hand and life’s canvas in the way, he does not see the drops desend into the stream, his wish already granted."

Tope Osho

The Painter's Muse - Aureliana

The Painter's Muse - Aureliana

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About this print edition

"The Painter's Muse" Limited Edition Print Series

  • Museum Grade Quality: Printed on 100% alpha cellulose, acid-free Hahnemühle German Etching paper.
  • Exclusivity: Limited edition of 6
  • Presentation: Image size is printed as listed. Border is added.
  • Authenticity: Each print is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Longevity: Hahnemühle German Etching paper is renowned for its archival qualities and designed to last over 100 years.
  • Eco-Friendly: Produced and shipped with a commitment to carbon neutrality and sustainability.
  • Free Worldwide Shipping: We offer tracked and insured global delivery, ensuring your print arrives safely.


I am reliably informed that in the end everything makes sense. All you need is a bit of distance and reflection.

It’s like viewing a large painting in a gallery, by all means go in close to see the finer details but to understand the message and soul of the art, it’s best if you stand back and take it all in…the blossoming of the Painter’s Muse series is no different.

The seeds were first sown many years ago as a teenage art student on a warm spring morning at my school in Hove.

That day I was sat in one of the many high-ceilinged classrooms in the original school building that started life as a 19th century nunnery and convent for girls.

The nuns had supervised the building work, so I guessed it is to them we owed the thanks for the high ceilings, some of the largest windows I have ever seen and the abundance of light that flooded the room that day.

They were also responsible for the landscaping of the site, and the planting of the trees that still adorn the school grounds today. Trees I know well from running through during our weekly cross country runs when myself and classmates always made sure to run extra fast through as we passed the onsite cemetery where the nuns long lay.

The nuns ran the school primarily as a fee-paying school for wealthy families, with pupils including Princess Maire Louise, granddaughter of Queen Victoria but perhaps ahead of their time they also provided education for poor local children.

I’d like to think something of all of them, nuns, royalty, poor local children were invisibly swirling around the room that day many years ago whispering their inspirations to us... READ FULL STORY HERE


Tope Osho is a multifaceted visual artist, writer, and
photographer with a passion for pushing the boundaries of artistic expression.

Hailing from Brighton, UK, Tope's work transcends traditional artistic mediums,
blending the realms of art history and cutting-edge technology to create
captivating and unique pieces.

At the heart of his artistic vision lies the fusion of art
history and artificial intelligence. Through innovative techniques, Tope
harnesses the power of AI to breathe new life into traditional artistic themes,
creating visually stunning pieces that captivate audiences worldwide. His work
represents a harmonious blend of the past and the future, offering viewers a
glimpse into the endless possibilities of artistic evolution.

His work has been exhibited in prestigious galleries and
exhibitions around the globe. From New York to Tokyo, his art has resonated
with audiences, sparking conversations and inspiring admiration for his unique
approach to artistic expression.

As Tope continues to push the boundaries of artistic
expression, his journey serves as a testament to the power of creativity and
innovation. With each new project, he invites audiences to explore the
limitless possibilities of art and technology, forging a path towards a future
where imagination knows no bounds and the full spectrum of creativity is

After living in various countries across the globe, he now
resides in Brighton, Sussex.


Prints are made bepoke by our specialist fine art printers and part of Pixel Gallery's Eco and Sustainable wall art collections

  • Image Dimensions: 54in x 34in // 137.16cm x 86.36cm
  • Border: 3in // 7.62cm
  • Paper Dimensions: 60in x 40in // 154.4cm x 101.6cm


How long will my print take to arrive? - Your bespoke print(s) will normally ship within 1 -2 weeks of order.

What is the policy on damages or returns? - Your print is made to order, so we cannot accept returns. However if your print is damaged in transit, or in the very unlikely event that it arrives with a defect, we will replace it. We will ask for some images or video of the damage so we can supply this to our courier to cover the insurance.

Are the prints archival quality? - Yes, the prints produced using Hahnemühle German Etching Paper are indeed archival quality. Hahnemühle is renowned for its commitment to producing high-quality fine art papers that meet the rigorous standards of artists, photographers, and printmakers worldwide.

What is a limited edition print? - A limited edition print is a uniquely collectible artwork produced in a restricted quantity, typically printed in a limited number at a specific size. Once the predetermined edition size has sold out, no additional prints will be reproduced at that particular size.

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