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Cheetas in Ibiza XL

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Cheetas in Ibiza XL

ÔCheetahs In Ibiza XLÕ is a GiclŽe Print by contemporary fine artist Ruth Mulvie. Printed onto 300gsm Cotton Rag Matt Fine Art Paper, the print is from a limited edition of 10 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

About The Artist - Ruth Mulvie

Ruth Mulvie is a contemporary fine artist, known for her use of brilliant, bold colour palettes and distinctive, hand-painted aesthetic. Graduating from the Glasgow School of Art, where she studied painting, Mulvie enjoys exploring the “endless potential” of colour, always experimenting, mixing and combining, to get that perfect shade or balance.


Her work is reminiscent of early Hockney: glamorous women in 1950s bikinis lounge around swimming pools, palm trees speckle the horizon, while the sky holds the rich intensity of LA heat. As well as the themes and motifs, Mulvie also captures that same, compelling sense of flat perspective that Hockney is known for, yet she manages to create depth at the same time, building up foreground elements or adding in distant detail. Beyond the strong, visual prowess, Mulvie’s work powerfully simulates a mood: her art transports us to sunnier climbs and invites us into glorious scenes and vistas, for a truly immersive experience.

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  • Giclée print
  • Artwork size: 92 x 75 cm
  • Image size: 86 x 69 cm
  • Edition of 10
  • Limited Edition

ÔCheetahs In Ibiza XLÕ is a GiclŽe Print by contemporary fine artist Ruth Mulvie. Printed onto 300gsm Cotton Rag Matt Fine Art Paper, the print is from a limited edition of 10 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

About The Artist - Ruth Mulvie

Ruth Mulvie is a contemporary fine artist, known for her use of brilliant, bold colour palettes and distinctive, hand-painted aesthetic. Graduating from the Glasgow School of Art, where she studied painting, Mulvie enjoys exploring the “endless potential” of colour, always experimenting, mixing and combining, to get that perfect shade or balance.


Her work is reminiscent of early Hockney: glamorous women in 1950s bikinis lounge around swimming pools, palm trees speckle the horizon, while the sky holds the rich intensity of LA heat. As well as the themes and motifs, Mulvie also captures that same, compelling sense of flat perspective that Hockney is known for, yet she manages to create depth at the same time, building up foreground elements or adding in distant detail. Beyond the strong, visual prowess, Mulvie’s work powerfully simulates a mood: her art transports us to sunnier climbs and invites us into glorious scenes and vistas, for a truly immersive experience.

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Please note that your order may be subject to import duties and fees upon delivery, depending on your shipping destination.

If you're not entirely happy with your artwork, you can return it to us within 14 days and choose a replacement or receive a full refund.

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