Authentic: 100% Handmade with Oil on Canvas
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The Guidecca Canal, Looking towards Fusaina at Sunset is one of the most famous paintings by world-famous British artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775 - 1851). It's one cityscape watercolor, pencil and gouache with colored crayon painting created in 1840. The painting is owned by the museum of Tate Britain - London, one of the museums with the most Joseph Mallord William Turner works, and is accessible to the general public. Joseph Mallord William Turner was influenced by Romanticism, and made most paintings about sketch and study and landscape.
For faithful reproductions, our artists will study the oeuvre and techniques of Joseph Mallord William Turner. The original painting of The Guidecca Canal, Looking towards Fusaina at Sunset is about 13" wide and 9" high. You may customize the painting's size and frame, for décor or gifting, from 16" by 11" to size as huge as a wall. Our artists use oil on canvas by default. You may also request non-oil media, such as the original media. Covet a museum's antique frame? View wood carving frames or request a frame reproduction to go with your The Guidecca Canal, Looking towards Fusaina at Sunset replica artwork.
The Guidecca Canal, Looking towards Fusaina at Sunset is in the public domain in the US, so feel free to copy or use it.
|Tate Britain - London
|1775 -1851, British / Romanticism