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Have a frame you need to fill or want to start collecting a portfolio of work for a rainy day, our incredibly high quality Photographic Prints are just the ticket. Forget all this digital gubbins, display the photo the way it was meant to be seen.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our photographic prints are ready to fit all of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
watercolour on 300 gsm fine grain watercolour paper 24×18 cmwinsor and Newton watercolours.
This ancient building stands right in the heart of this small village in the Dordogne department of France.
architecture, building, chateau, france, stone, tower, watercolour
I paint watercolours and write short stories.
If you would like to pay me lots of money for my stories e-mail me
Fabulous, Ian!!! AMR
Thank you Anne. This is our local village.
– ian osborne
It must be so much fun to walk out your door and think (anew) “I’ve got to paint that”! AMR
Yes you’re right Anne. It’s a lot of pleasure.
Another beauty! I love how all of your paintings are drenched in light. It must be so beautiful where you live.
Thanks Marsha. Yes it is beautiful, but not as drenched in sunlight as my paintings would have you believe. We get our fair share of rain!
another beautiful and fabulous watercolour my friend..
Merci mon ami.
Incredible work Ian! Once again your expert ability to balance light and shadow comes through strong in this piece. Great work!
Thank you Ken.
beautiful work Ian!
So very beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We both know the sun doesn’t shine everyday, but keep on pretending anyway Ian, this is gorgeous work friend.
Thanks Jim. The sunshine will always be in my paintings to get the deep shadows. And this morning we’ve arisen to a beautiful sunny day.
This is just superb !
Très gentille, Corinne. Merci!
Please don’t forget to send in your beautiful works – Limit -2 per day
Host, Mary Sedici
Merci Mary…c’est très gentil.