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About: Kane Cunningham
Spurn Point is a narrow sand tidal island located off the tip of the coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire, England that reaches into the North Sea and forms the north bank of the mouth of the Humber Estuary. The original watercolour was painted early morning in winter and was part of a series of works commissioned by Scarborough Art Gallery.
Kane said, ‘There are few paintings where every brush stroke seems to follow effortlessly. This was one of those paintings where all of the elements came together. At one point I noticed a young deer standing next me watching me paint which made this painting special and which helped the artwork become the synthesis of landscape, idea, intention and experience.’
All of our Giclée prints are made to order and printed onto 240 gsm matt coated heavyweight archival art paper using vibrant 12-colour ink digital processes. The special formulation of the ink used combined with the great quality media means this print stays vibrant and vivid and prevents colour fade over time.
Frame size 950mm x 640mm
Image size 670mm x 450mm
Certificate of Authentication: Limited 250
This artwork has a certificate of authentication signed by the artist
Black grain frame includes a white card mount
Most customers choose to have their print framed by our in-house team who manufacture all our frames by hand to order. Options of white grain or honey oak woods are available from sustainable sources upon request. Our framed art is glazed with crystal styrene for safety during transportation and in the home and to ensure longevity. Frames arrive ready to hang on the wall.
All of our framed prints arrive shrink wrapped and packaged securely in a weather resistant reinforced cardboard wrap to arrive safely at your door ready to hang on the wall.
UK framed orders are normally shipped within two days on overnight 24 hr tracked courier service.
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