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24 in (Height) x 48 in (Width)

Grand Banks Fishing Scene in Rough Seas, Oil Giclée

By Joseph Purcell

Regular price $715.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $715.00 USD
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Please Note: This product is in stock and can be ready for same day shop pickup (in Lunenburg at our gallery), or we will ship it out to you in 1-2 business days. Shipping times vary based on location (typically 3-10 business days). We also offer a Halifax Pickup location, if this is of interest, please select Local Pickup and contact us after purchase (Purcellartgallery@gmail.com)!

About this Print

A fishing scene of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland during rough seas. This giclee is printed on canvas and stretched on deep wood gallery stretcher, with mirrored edges. No frame is needed as this can be hung directly on the wall.

Dimensions

24" (Height) x 48” (Width)

Dimensions note: we offer smaller variations on these sizes, if you would like a particular size ratio to match a specific space, please reach out to us and we will update our shop for you.

About Giclée Reproductions: 

A giclée is a high fidelity printing process that boasts a long life-span when compared to other printing methods.

Technically-speaking, a giclée printer is a top quality inkjet printer capable of printing a high resolution image onto fine art materials, in this case, on canvas.

To preserve the quality for as long as possible, the latest techniques and technology must be used when making a giclée. Although there is still some debate as to how long a giclée print will last, the latest test methods estimate they will likely have a lifespan that ranges anywhere from 50 to 200 years. Traditional printing methods have considerably shorter lifespans.