Art Print Lighthouse No. 2
Continuing the lighthouse theme and exploring more shapes and architectural styles of lighthouse construction, this lighthouse painting depicts an early attempt at building a lighthouse using wood to form a precarious tower which sways in the wind!
Early lighthouse construction saw many structures made from wood but the relentless seas quickly demolished those early structures.
The title of this painting is Lighthouse No.2 - presumable No. 1 was demolished by the sea! This humorous look at the life of a lighthouse keeper shows the perfectly cut green grass lawn and the general clutter around the lovely whitewashed house, the garden shed and the old caravan just add to the fun that I try to put into my paintings.
The washing line is an element that always features in my paintings and adds interest and a human touch to the painting. Each limited edition art print is individually signed and numbered by the artist and bears an embossed authentication with print number. The image area of the print is 28cm x 41cm (11″ x 16″) suitable for framing in a standard 41cm x 53.5cm (16″ x 20″) frame.
Catalogue ID: PR105