Passing of the tide
Oil on canvas 100 x 100 x 4 cms (39 x 39 x 1.6 inches) 2008 Signed with title and date on the reverse
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Passing of the tide is a beautiful oil painting inspired by views over a sunlit tide at St. Annes-on-sea beach in Lancashire.
Filled with light and beautiful brushwork in rich oils to create a wonderful semi-abstract depiction of the sea washing over the sands.
Hand-made Michael Harding artist oils are used on a Belli Arti gallery canvas. The canvas edges are white.
Beautiful modern art — Passing of the tide expressive seascape oil painting.
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It will be exactly as it is shown but sometimes there will be a very minor variation in the quality of colour due to your computer screen displaying colour (or calibrating) slightly differently from my Apple Macintosh screen.
So far, I have not had anyone find the colour difference was enough to warrant returning a painting. If you are concerned, I will accept returns within 365 days.
5. Does the artwork need to be looked after in a particular way?
For maximum longevity of your artwork, please display out of direct sunlight to prevent premature colour fading in all mediums. Watercolours and drawings benefit from being displayed behind glass (preferably UV protected) away from sunlight to extend their life and slow eventual colour fading - hence their treatment in museums. It is also best to keep the work somewhere with constant, average humidity. With care your work should last a very long time.