AK09133 1632 City Break London- Canvas- 120cm x 40cm
Picadilly Days is Richards latest painting featuring a city scene- a subject matter Richard is well known for. The iconic London location is brought to life in Richards work, with beautiful detailing of everyday moments, allowing Richard to capture a city snap shot. Neutral tones form the basis of the colour palette used and we see Richards trademark red tones muted as a means of achieveing highlight within the painting. Space and light within the foreground of the artwork contrast against the bustling, energetic city scene and it must be admired that Richard has achieved yet another wonderful city painting. This artwork will be a fantastic addition to any interior decor.
size 120cm x 40cm price £130 + £15.00 P&P
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To offer our customers a greater understanding of how a Richard Macneil stretch box canvas will appear we have produced this description of a design constructed in this style.
A stretch Box canvas sees Richards design printed onto a canvas material and then stretched onto a wooden frame exactly how an artist's canvas is made.
Typically our canvases are produced using Innova IFA33 360gsm 100% cotton which is a matt fine art canvas material. The Canvas is varnished after printing using a giclee ph.neutral varnish to enhance the print as well as protect the surface and aid cleaning. The Canvas is hand stretched onto a wooden stretcher to complete the process.

Below is a photograph of a Richard Macneil Stretch Box Canvas- to give an idea how a Richard Macneil Stretch box Canvas will arrive.

viewing front of canvas viewing back of canvas

Here at The Macneil Studio we feel Stretch Box Canvases give a modern, contemporary feel to displaying artwork. The Stretch Box Canvas format allows the artwork to be showcased perfectly- with no frame or mount to distract from the beauty of the design. We have found stretch box canvases work exceptionally well with Richards work and he personally feels "Stretch Box Canvases allow the art to be hung exactly as he sees it when painting the canvas- art at its purest form"