Kangaroo Island Lighthouse
Are you looking for something unique and original. Something that is inspiring but not a duplicate or a commercial replica? And is still affordable? Then you have come to the right place.
The lighthouse at Cape du Couedic, 1906-1909, is Kangaroo Island’s most iconic attraction and one of fifteen lighthouses in South Australia. It currently is used as a museum. Visitors to the lighthouse can enjoy a stunning view of lush greenery and pristine sands from one side, while the wide-open waters are expanding to the horizon and beyond on the other side.
The background of this painting is the result of a fluid acrylic pour in several blue acrylic paints for the sky, red, orange and yellow for the sunset and dark browns for the grounds on 29cm x 58.5cm x 0.4cm MDF board
This original painting is framed with a recycled 41cm x 71cm x 2cm natural timber frame without glass or mat and proteced with 2 layers of gloss acrylic varnish. 2 D-Rings and hanging wire are attached to the back.
PLEASE NOTE that colours may differ from original painting on monitor screens, mobile devices and tablets and that artwork displayed in rooms are for the purpose of demonstration only and not always to the exact scale. Please check dimensions for actual size. The Hoverlay Image shows the attached original frame.
A signed Certificate of Authenticity will be attached to the back of the painting. Your painting will be packed with extra care in a sturdy recycled cardboard box to reduce our carbon footprint and will be shipped out within 1-3 business days.
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