The watercolor The Golden Snitch is 15x30cm format, performed on Arches paper, 100% cotton, fine grain and a thickness of 300 grams.  The subject is the snitch, which is in the Quidditch game in the Harry Potter series written by cult JK Rowling  Delivered unframed, signed on the back.

Aquarelle moderne "The Golden Snitch" représentant le Vif d'or dans Harry Potter, peinture originale- No offence or anything, but when I first saw it, I thought it was two potatoes.

This is soooooo pretty I love the art - I'm a Hufflepuff and my favorite book is exactly the Deathly Hallow!s!!

This is soooooo pretty I love the art - I'm a Hufflepuff and my favorite book is exactly the Deathly Hallow!s!!

(7) Brownrice Webmail :: Love film, music and books? Here are popular Pins in film, music and books this week

(7) Brownrice Webmail :: Love film, music and books? Here are popular Pins in film, music and books this week

A bit of a twist on the classic travel posters, this piece is inspired by Harry Potter, Hogwarts and the Hogwarts Express. All pieces are

Harry Potter Poster Art Print, Hogwarts Travel Poster, Vintage Railway poster, Poster, Movie Poster

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Where would you find Fantastic Beasts in real life?

To tie into the release of the latest wizarding film from the pen of J. Rowling, Skyes Cottages has teamed up with NeoMam Studios to create this series of beautifully illustrated travel posters

Yes!! Girls run the world

Yes!! Girls run the world

Harry Potter’s graphic designers launch collection of art prints from the films - News - Digital Arts

Harry Potter’s graphic designers launch collection of art prints from the films - News - Digital Arts - The Marauder's Map

Come on. I think James and Sirius both did that; I think Sirius wanted to prove that he didn't need to be Slytherin to be happy. I can imagine him on his first day poking his head into every compartment of the train with first years and saying "It's ok. That place is fricking awesome. You'll love it" and them all saying "how long have you been going?" And him saying: "who me? Never even been. But trust me - I know what I'm talking about"

Come on. I think James and Sirius both did that; I think Sirius wanted to prove that he didn't need to be Slytherin to be happy. I can imagine him on his first day poking his head into every compartment of the train with first years and saying "It's ok. That place is fricking awesome. You'll love it" and them all saying "how long have you been going?" And him saying: "who me? Never even been. But trust me - I know what I'm talking about"

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