Framed Canvas "Port de Martigues"
About the Artwork
Raoul Dufy (1877-1953)
Port de Martigues
Oil on canvas
44,5 x 54 cm
During a first stay in 1903, Raoul Dufy discovered the light of the South in Martigues, made famous by Félix Ziem, the precursor of Impressionism, and where many painters (Auguste Renoir, Paul Signac, etc.) preceded him. It inspires him with a brightened palette and luminous canvases, such as this view of the port.
Fine art giclée print on bright white matte canvas using latest generation UV pigment 12 colors Epson archival inks for crisp contrasts and 100+ years longevity.
Individually custom-made flat frame in solid wood with a contemporary sharp looking profile measuring 1 cm wide by 4 cm deep with 5 mm between the edge of the frame and the canvas.
- Artist grade canvas 400 g/m2, slightly textured, fine poly-cotton blend.
- Individually trimmed and hand stretched museum wrap over 3.8 cm deep wood stretcher bars.
- The sides are printed in black.
- Finished with a matte UV varnish coating for more protection.
- Delivered fully strung, ready for hanging, in its protective packaging.