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Classical Landscape, c. 1767-71 (oil on panel)



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Classical Landscape, c. 1767-71 (oil on panel)

XYC220946 Classical Landscape, c.1767-71 (oil on panel) by Runciman, Alexander (1736-85); 32.7x46.2 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund, USA; English, out of copyright

Media ID 12762388

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14"x16" Premium Frame

Contemporary style Premium Wooden Frame with 8"x10" Print. Complete with 2" White Mat and 1.25" thick MDF frame. Printed on 260 gsm premium paper. Glazed with shatter proof UV coated acrylic glass. Backing is paper covered backing with rubber bumpers. Supplied ready to hang with a pre-installed sawtooth/wire hanger. Care Instructions: Spot clean with a damp cloth. Securely packaged in a clear plastic bag and envelope in a reinforced cardboard shipper

FSC Real Wood Frame and Double Mounted with White Conservation Mountboard - Professionally Made and Ready to Hang

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 25.4cm x 20.3cm (10" x 8")

Estimated Product Size is 40.6cm x 35.6cm (16" x 14")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases the mesmerizing beauty of "Classical Landscape" a masterpiece created between 1767 and 1771 by Alexander Runciman. Painted with oil on panel, this artwork measures 32.7x46.2 cm and is currently housed at the Yale Center for British Art in the USA, thanks to the generous contribution from the Paul Mellon Fund. In this enchanting scene, we are transported to a serene countryside where nature reigns supreme. A lone figure can be seen sitting peacefully under a majestic tree, providing respite from their journey or perhaps seeking solace in this idyllic setting. The artist's meticulous attention to detail is evident in every brushstroke, as he skillfully captures the play of light and shadow across rolling hills and meandering streams. Runciman's ability to infuse classical elements into his landscapes adds an air of timelessness to his work. This particular piece transports us back centuries ago when pastoral scenes were revered for their tranquility and harmony with nature. As we gaze upon this remarkable print, we cannot help but be captivated by its ethereal beauty and profound sense of serenity it evokes within us. It serves as a testament to Runciman's talent as well as a reminder of our own connection with nature – an invitation to pause, reflect, and find solace amidst life's chaos.

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