One for sorrow. Two for joy!

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Art Prints are museum quality giclee pieces printed on archival paper. We offer two paper choices for you to select from, the Epson Enhanced Matte paper and the Hahneumuhle Photo Rag Bright White paper. Epson Ultrachrome K3 Archival Ink is used to ensure amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance, while providing stable colors.

 
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About this artwork

One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl, four for a boy, five for silver six for gold, seven for a secret never to be told. The old rhyme originally applied to magpies. One hardly sees magpies in Mumbai. Over time people used the rhyme for crows. Crows are wonderfully interesting creatures and we should all pay more attention to them. I am particularly fond of seeing them in twos. They tend to show up in twos when I need guidance of some sort from the world around me. So yes, two crows are always for joy!

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