Historic Steam Locomotive, Isle of Man, Irish Sea

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Rs.590.00
 

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Description

Art Prints are museum quality giclee pieces printed on archival paper. We offer two paper choices for you to select from, the Epson Enhanced Matte paper and the Hahneumuhle Photo Rag Bright White paper. Epson Ultrachrome K3 Archival Ink is used to ensure amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance, while providing stable colors.

 
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About this artwork

So, I've updated several older artworks and have applied newer techniques using finer brushwork. As I have always said, "A painting is never finished until it is hanging on a collector's wall out of my reach". This is an updated oil painting of an 1874 steam locomotive which offers a scheduled service between Port Erin and Douglas on the Isle of Man. 20.3 cm high by 25.4 cm wide (8 inches by 10 inches) approximately. Unframed. To check on the availability of the original artwork for purchase, visit www.daiwynn.com.

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