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Brighton Beach, with Colliers by John Constable (Framed Print)||EVAEX

Brighton Beach, with Colliers by John Constable (Framed Print)||EVAEX
 
 

Brighton Beach, with Colliers by John Constable (Framed Print)||EVAEX

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128671
      • Product Description:

        Brighton Beach, with Colliers
        John Constable (1776–1837)
        Oil on paper. Britain, 1824

         

        Our reproductions of Constable’s oil sketches are designed to show the original edges of the paper or canvas he painted on. They are giclée printed on Monte Carlo 300gsm paper, a premium mould-made paper manufactured at a UK paper mill using traditional methods.

         

        Outdoor sketching was central to Constable’s working method. These incredible sketches capture the changes of weather and light in the British countryside. They demonstrate Constable’s innovative and poetic evocations of land, sea and sky.  His naturalistic representation of the landscape and use of broad brushstrokes and impasto technique challenged conventions and brought the genre of outdoor oil sketching to a new level of refinement.

         

        The frame is hand made in the UK in ash. Each frame is finished with a pale grey wash to compliment the prints and be suitable for various styles of home decor. A classic mini-box, recessed style frame with a narrow front profile of 1.5cm and a depth from the wall of 3.2cm with acrylic glazing.

         

        This print is also available unframed.
         

Product Details
  • Dimensions Paper size 11x14" no mount
  • Composition Giclée printed on Monte Carlo 300gsm paper
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