This is the first in my series of paintings inspired by the introduction to Dylan Thomas's evocative work Under Milk Wood.This painting visually describes the night time shrouding the little town. The locations of the various buildings in the painting are as indicated by Dylan Thomas both in his writing and in some of his simple drawings.
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The fine art paper we use is an acid-free, 315 gm fine art paper with a natural white finish and soft textured surface. Our mountboards are of the highest quality material, we also use archival tape for fixing.
Sharp, detailed canvas prints that last for years without fading. Printed onto bright 400gsm cotton, hand-stretched on heavy-duty 4cm-deep stretchers
We only use genuine Epson UltraChrome K3 9 pigment inks to give our prints a very wide colour gamut and exceptional light fastness lasting up to to 60 years .
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