Description by the artist/seller:
Signed limited edition prints of this original oil painting.
My prints are made using the highest quality printing techniques onto Permajet Museum 310gsm Fine Art paper to ensure the truest likeness to the original artwork. The standard of the print really is impeccable! They come complete with certificate of authenticity and care instructions.
Sometimes people ask if I have a piece I’m most proud of. This is probably it. I first painted on this canvas in 2007 for my GCSE final piece, I then painted over it for my A-level final piece and incorporated it in some experimental work over the 3 years I studied a fine art degree. 9 years later I’ve finally finished the Glastonbury painting I started on it in 2011. It’s hard to tell from a photo but in real life, you can see the layer upon layer of paint; there are roughly 5 paintings hidden underneath the surface; and it’s given the final work a greater depth than anything I’ve ever done before.
This is an original oil painting based on one of my own photographs taken at my first Glastonbury Festival in 2009, from the top of the “hill of death”. It showcases what I believe to be the best view on earth; looking over the entire site with the Ribbon Tower and Park area in the foreground and the glow of the festival lights behind. As with most of my oil paintings, I have taken a classic approach, using traditional techniques I allow the oil paint to bring out aspects in the image that a camera never could. Close up you will see the expressive brushstrokes that make up the whole piece, which when viewed from a distance form a contemporary take on realism.
Various sizes are available.
This image is limited to 500.
Please note this is unofficial Glastonbury merchandise (based on my own photography) that is in no way endorsed by Glastonbury Festival Events Ltd.
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