South Coast Dreamscape - limited edition print

South Coast Dreamscape - limited edition print

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Southcoast Dreamscape - a whimsical coastal landscape originally painted in oils on canvas, available as a limited edition print of 50, numbered and signed by the artist.

These archival quality fine art prints are produced from a high definition photograph and printed onto Canson 310gsm photo rag. The print is a perfect replica of the original painting. Size indicated is actual print size. The paper will be 50-70mm larger in size, depending on the size ordered.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Note: the print on the wall pictured is for reference and not to actual scale of the print sizes given.

Paper sizes:

A4 = 210 x 297mm or 8.27 x 11.69 in

A3 = 297 x 420 mm or 11.7 x 16.5 in

A2 = 420 x 594 mm or 16.5 x 23.4 in

Printed to order, please allow up to 2 weeks in addition to the usual shipping time.

The oil painting featured in this print grew organically. It began as an abstraction which was simply covering over another painting. The sand-coloured arc sweeping in from the left dictated the direction of the imagery and it became a "dreamscape"; landscape based on recollected or imagined terrain. Features from the South Coast of Australia where I spent childhood Summer holidays crept in as I painted, hence the title.

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Archival quality Giclee print on Hahnmeule Photo Rag

Paper sizes

A4 = 210 x 297mm or 8.27 x 11.69 in

A3 = 297 x 420 mm or 11.7 x 16.5 in

A2 = 420 x 594 mm or 16.5 x 23.4 in

Printed to order, this may take up to 2 weeks in addition to the usual shipping time.

The oil painting featured in this print grew organically. It began as an abstraction which was simply covering over another painting. The sand-coloured arc sweeping in from the left dictated the direction of the imagery and it became a "dreamscape"; landscape based on recollected or imagined terrain. Features from the South Coast of Australia where I spent childhood Summer holidays crept in as I painted, hence the title.