223586 Waterfall 4 ( A victorian imaginary romanic scene) Waterfall 4 ( A victorian imaginary romanic scene) Waterfall 4 ( A victorian imaginary romanic scene) Waterfall 4 ( A victorian imaginary romanic scene)
223586

Waterfall 4 ( A victorian imaginary romanic scene)

in Oil by Richard Flanagan No Artist Reviews
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The reason for this work was based on the study of those painted between say 1865 and 1900. We have all seen paintings in major art galleries and it was a tradition way of painting particularly the contrast and in increase of colour intensity . The compositions generally epic using nature as a force beyond the power and man. I have had a good response to this work which is and a few offers. The work is unframed at present ,but one is being made similar to the photo, It is available unframed and that is the price shown . Framed cost is £350.00 The framed sized would be 54 inch x 42inch
W 48.00" x H 36.00"
W 121.92 cm x H 91.44 cm
Oil
canvas
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About the Artist

I have sold copies of Turner and Constable and painted some originals between the ages of 15 to 21. I then married and had three kids and a business. Painting was on hold until 1995 when I invented a new type of fresco plaster call Portofino. I have been producing work since then. I'm now in a po...

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