Sold Icon
172511 City Lights 1 City Lights 1 City Lights 1 City Lights 1 City Lights 1 City Lights 1

City Lights 1

in Acrylic by Caroline Ashwood 14 Artist Reviews
10 monthly payments of £59.50 0% APR
Here is City Lights #1, a very large artwork (180x60cm) on a chunky edged canvas. Abstract style: Cityscape. This painting is very heavily textured. Washes and glazes of bright colours are poured over the textured base and allowed to pool and dry and create a deep saturation of colour. I then highlight the work with gold metallics and irridescent mediums. 100% cotton canvas stretched over a deep wooden frame. No extra framing is required and the painting is ready to hang as soon as you unpack it. Very weighty piece due to the textured surface. I have 12+ years experience of shipping artworks worldwide. Your painting will be carefully packaged using high quality thick bubble wrap, corrugated card and an outer double-walled cardboard carton that is very strong for the ultimate protection. UK shipping is free. I can ship worldwide - please just ask for a quote.
W 72.00" x H 24.00"
W 182.88 cm x H 60.96 cm
Box canvas
  • Delivery And Packing Information

    • £45.00
    • £50.00
    • £55.00
    • £60.00
    • Enquire Now
    • Find out More

  • Returns

      Don't worry, if your purchase your artwork and then decide you don't like it, you feel the artwork isn't quite right or you just no longer want it, no problem! We offer a 14 day no quibble returns policy on all our artworks.

      Find out More

  • Buy with 0% interest loan through Own Art

      Own Art makes buying art easy and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan. With over 45541 artworks to choose from, you could start a collection today from as little as £10 per month.

      Please note, the minimum loan amount is £100. This can either be for the purchase of a single item, or for a group of items where the combined value is £100 or more.

      Find out More

About the Artist

Artist statement 2014: Her approach to her art is best expressed by Caroline herself, who says: "Through my work, I am constantly exploring the relationship between colour, light and form. Even though it was drilled into me in my earliest formal art studies that drawing and draughtsman...

More By Caroline Ashwood

Similar Works

Find similar works by category