Umpqua River Lighthouse Canvas Giclee Print Oregon by Carol ThompsonUmpqua River Lighthouse Canvas Giclee Print Oregon by Carol Thompson
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Product description:"Nineteen miles north of Coos Bay, Oregon, the conical shaped Umpqua River Lighthouse shines it's red and white flashing beacon 165 feet above the sea. Neither storms, fog, nor pirates have successfully extinguished her light; shining through a first order lens since 1894." Artist comment: "I am quite fond of lighthouses, and am fortunate to have chosen the Pacific Northwest as my permanent residence. We have a plethora of grand lighthouses, of which I have painted nearly all. This one is readily accessible to view (the grounds, however, are off limits). It is the Umpqua River Lighthouse guiding marine traffic of all types with her steady light. This oil on canvas is my homage to her. I painted the scene on a brightly overcast day with no discernable shadows. I started with a sketch, using a grey toned mixture, briefly indicating the forms of trees and tower, outbuildings, and road. I painted the background and foreground, then the building on the right. Next I did the left building, saving the 'best' for last. I meticulously rendered the detail of the light and finished with the tower railing." "Umpqua RiverLighthouse" is a limited edition, giclee print from an original oil painting by Carol Thompson. Edition length is 3100 authorized, signed, limited edition prints (3000 numbered and 100 artist proofs). Image size is 14" X 10". This substrate is Epson giclee canvas, using Epson Ultrachrome K3 archival inks. The canvas has been coated with PremierArt(TM) print shield, which seals and protects the artwork from moisture, UV light fade, humidity, atmospheric contaminants, abrasion, and fingerprints. This stretched canvas print is gallery wrapped (the image is extended or mirrored to wrap around the sides of wooden stretcher bars and stapled to the back) so the print can be displayed framed or unframed. The print is signed and numbered by the artist, includes a signed certificate of authenticity, and is wired for hanging. These miniature canvas prints are perfect for display in small areas or in groupings with like subjects (lighthouses, old cars, seascapes, seagulls, etc.) or on small easels on your desk, on a bookshelf, coffee table, small decorative table, or any nook or cranny. Please Note: This print is available in other sizes and substrates (paper and canvas). This image is also available as a note card, an ACEO, and a magnet. Please contact me for more information and/or for availability of the original painting. Color of images may vary slightly from the actual artwork due to variations in monitors. If exact color is extremely important to you please contact me for a "color validation" option. *Please allow up to 2 weeks preparation time for your artwork to be shipped. Artwork is printed when purchased and must have adequate time for inks and sealers to dry. Transit time will vary depending on your location. Delivery confirmation is included with all shipped artwork. A USPS tracking number will be forwarded to you upon shipment of your artwork. Some print and/or note card images may be artistically cropped or extended to accommodate the size and/or shape of the artwork. Prices do not include framing and/or matting. This is copyrighted material. All rights are reserved. Artwork may not be duplicated in any way without the expressed written consent of the artist. Any reproduction for any purpose is a violation of United States copyright laws.
 
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Umpqua River Lighthouse Canvas Giclee Print Oregon by Carol Thompson

Fine Art Prints by Carol Thompson

  • Shipping: $10.00
  • Product ID#: 52425
  • Dimensions: 10" width x14" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 2
  • Materials: Giclee, Ink
  • Colors: Green, White

Artwork Description: "Nineteen miles north of Coos Bay, Oregon, the conical shaped Umpqua River Lighthouse shines it's red and white flashing beacon 165 feet above the sea. Neither storms, fog, nor pirates have successfully extinguished her light; shining through a first order lens since 1894."

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Carol Thompson is a world renowned artist who has been painting for over 40 years. Her primary forte is the sea, rendering realistic and luministic interpretations in oil on canvas, gaining recognition as a master seascape painter. Carol has also gained acclaim with watercolor, pastel, and gouache, by painting lighthouses, boats/harbors, Americana, landscape, animals, still-lifes, and floral scenes using realistic, luministic, and impressionistic styles. Her artwork has been published in numerous local, national, and international publications. You can visit her website at www.carolthompson.com for more information. read more