A beautiful artwork to make your home lively. Set against mountainous background, this painting depicts a beautiful dusk scenery as imagined by one of the world’s best landscape artist Albert Bierstadt.
- Available in two frame sizes
- Art Size: 18” x 12”
- Printed on top quality fine art paper
- Laminated for further protection
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In this painting, Albert Bierstadt beautifully portrays a landscape with two thirsty cattle drinking water from a stream. We can also see the long view of foggy mountains and cloudy sky in an impressive way in this painting. The artist used an yellowish-orange color tone to the sky and clouds to create the mood of an evening.
About Artist: Albert Bierstadt was the last of the older generation of American romantic landscape painters. He was born in Solingen, near Düsseldorf, Germany, on Jan. 7, 1830. You can read more about him at his wiki page.
Suggested Rooms and Gifting Occasions
This beautiful frame is perfect for your bedroom walls as it brings a sense of calmness to your inner-self when you look at this painting. It could be also used as a living room, family room or office space wall decor. It would also make a good birthday gift to an art loving person.
Each print is made using 300gsm acid free matte paper and printed using the finest inks. on top of that, every print is laminated with textured matte lamination to protect from the elements.
This print is available in two frame options. Simple black and wide-black. You can select your favourite frame through the buttons provided above. You can also select the print style there.
Dimensions: Simple Black: 48.5cm x 33.5 cm x 1.5 cm & Wide Black: 50cm x 35cm x 2.5cm
18” x 12” (including white space)
The frame comes with all the required hanging hardware and you can easily hang it anywhere in your home. (It weighs just under 1kg)
These frames will be covered in a layer of acrylic sheet and a layer of bubble wrap before packing into a carton boxes. You can expect to get this item delivered to your home in about 2-5 business days. (Tier 1 & 2 cities.. more for other locations)