Waterlillies at Lake Te Koutu: NZ Landscape Painting
A large 30″ x 30″ (765mm) Acrylic Painting on Professional Canvas 1.45″ wide (37 mm)
Finished beautifully front and back. Signed on the front with my signature in gold pen and dated on the back.
Protected with a matt sealant to protect against uv light to stop fading.
This piece is hand painted on box canvas. This painting has many acrylic layers that build up the colours and depth.
This comes ready to hang and shipped in safe & packaging and dated on the back. This painting was completed in 2017. The watermark logo seen in the image is to prevent the image being used without permission.
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Waterlillies at Lake Te Koutu: NZ Landscape Painting is an Original Landscape painting of Waterlillies at Lake Te Koutu in Cambridge by Artist Kirsten McIntosh
Waterlillies at Lake Te Koutu: NZ Landscape Painting came about when I was looking towards my first inspirations into painting. One of the many Masters that inspired me was Monet.
Our local lake (Te Koutu), in my home town Cambridge, New Zealand has a lovely little bridge and loads of water lillies. The two images were merged together in the hope that I would get a painting like Monets Lilly Pad painting. I was very happy with the end result. And it is one of my favourite paintings to date.
This painting is in an impressionist style and I felt a lot freeer painting in this style.
The tricky part about this painting was the reflections of the bridge in the water.
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.
This artwork is currently getting exhibited through the Bunny Gallery – Online.
Prints of this artwork are available on request through my contact page.
Thanks for viewing.
|Dimensions||30 × 1.45 × 30 in|