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Fading Memories of Boats - Exercise - Canvas wall art

Fading Memories of Boats - Exercise - Canvas wall art

Regular price $68.98 USD
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This print Fading Memories of Boats - Exercise a compilation of works focused on capturing the ethereal spirt of the moment. Now its is available for the first time from the original library of artwork by artist Chris Marshall. The artist works across the full post impressionistic color palette to capture the last days of a majestic member of nature.  The originals were created using pencil and watercolors. Enhanced texture and timeless beauty of this transition of life is captured beautifully with our canvas print. The canvas texture enhances the image's natural look and feel, creating a truly immersive art experience.


  • We use responsibly sourced wood for stretcher bars, mainly FSC certified wood, to make our canvas prints, ensuring a long-lasting and high-quality product.
  • Our canvas print is available in two thicknesses - slim and thick - to match your preference. The slim canvas has an approximately 2cm /0.8" thick wood stretcher bar, while the thick canvas has an approximately 4cm /1.6" thick wood stretcher bar. Both variants come with hanging hardware included for easy installation.
  • We use coated fabric, a blend of cotton and polyester, for our canvas substrate. This provides a weight of approximately 300-350gsm/110-130lb cover and a thickness of 350-400 microns, giving you a sturdy and durable product.
  • Please note that colored edges are not supported. However, we assure you that our canvas print is a beautiful, high-quality product that will bring life to any space.
  • We've also included a hanging kit, which may vary depending on the country of fulfillment.
  • To ensure no damage during transportation, we ship our canvas prints in protective packaging and strong boxes.
  • Sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters.
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