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A giclée art print of my original painting. One of southern New England's most beautiful locations is in Jamestown, RI. This print is of a gouache watercolor landscape that shows the awesome movement of the sea crashing against nearby rocks. Painted over a pen and ink drawing on site there are rocks getting smashed by waves in the middle-ground. The details bring the viewer right to the shore on this stormy day.

This artwork would be valued by anyone who loves the ocean, Rhode Island, or waves.
Signed on the lower right hand corner by the artist.

Signed on the lower right hand corner by the artist in ink.
Printed with archival ink on highest quality archival Epson Professional Paper
Artist print sent carefully with an acid free foam core board sealed in a clear cellophane sleeve.

(Any copyright text on art does not appear on print)

The piece includes a white border around the artwork which allows for matting and framing
options. Convo for matting and framing options or any questions.

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Landscape painting fine art print, pen and ink, rocks, light green, 8.5x11 of of epic waves in Jamestown, Rhode Island, New England Artist

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Epson UltraChrome K3 Ink, Epson Premium Photo Luster Paper, pro foam one eighth inch acid free foam core, 2 mil poly bag
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 98 reviews
  • Favorited by: 156 people