Not Le Havre but Venice. Impression, Sunset.

A (very) cheeky nod to Claude Monet's painting "Impression, Sunrise" which is credited with being the piece that gave the impressionists they're name. Whilst I never paint 'en plain air' (outdoors) as Monet did, I am nevertheless indebted to him (as must by hundreds of thousands of artists all over the globe), for the bravura brushstrokes and the passion for colour. I hope you will forgive the citation.

Size: 6”x 4”(15cms x 10cms) excluding frame, 8”x 6”(20cms x 15cms) including window mount. Media: Acrylic on 300gsm hot press watercolour paper, finished with polymer varnish to archive standard. Presented in a soft white, card window mount. A Certificate of Authenticity is included. 

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