Raglan Harbour: NZ Landscape Painting
A medium 16″” (410 mm) round Oil Painting on board.
Finished beautifully front and back. Signed on the front with my signature in gold pen.
It is painted on the edges so no need for framing.
Protected with a matt sealant to protect against uv light to stop fading.
This piece is hand painted on board. This painting has many oil/acrylic layers that build up the colours and depth.
This comes ready to hang and shipped in safe & packaging. This painting was completed in 2020.
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Original Raglan Harbour NZ Landscape Painting is a painting of the beautiful harbour of Raglan painted by Kirsten McIntosh
Raglan Harbour NZ Landscape Painting is of a beautiful Harbour in the township of Raglan.
Raglan is one of my most favourite spots in the world. I feel so wonderful when I visit this town and spend time near the water.
Everytime I visit Raglan I feel uplifted and refreshed and I wish that I could spend more time at this magical place.
This one particular day I thought I would take my mum and my two boys for a day out. In the back of my mind it was always a reconnaissance to capture more images to paint. But apart from that mission we all had a very lovely day. This particular shot was taken of the harbour . It is just a real iconic scene capturing flax, agapanthus and a boat. A true kiwi summer day.
This is the second time that I have painted this image, however this time I though it would be nice to do it as a round (tondo).
Futhermore I would like for all of my works to look consistent so I only use six or seven colours in my paintings. I am trying to achieve harmony within the painting and my whole landscape series.
Thanks for viewing.
|Dimensions||16 × 16 in|