Mending the Pots
Kieron Williamson | Print on Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper | 35cm x 26cm (19.5 x 15.75 inches)
‘This painting was the beginning of my progression into large figurative work. Painted in the weeks after returning from Cornwall in 2014, after seeing ‘Cornish Light, the Nottingham 1894 Exhibition Revisited’, at Penlee House. I was full of Stanhope Forbes and the Newlyn School. The scene here depicts Newlyn old harbour as the sun drops behind the hillside. The fisherman is our friend Bill, from Mousehole. The painting took me a month to paint spending six hours a day working on it.’
Limited Edition, hand signed by Kieron Williamson and numbered in pencil, fine art conservation prints.
The Gallery has carefully selected paintings to be reproduced as fine art, conservation-standard prints using the finest Hahnemuhle German Etching, museum-quality paper, special archival light and colour-fast pigment. This ensures the highest quality conservation standards.
Exclusive to The Gallery, these signed and numbered fine art, conservation prints are limited to 25 copies. They are signed by the artist, numbered and stamped with a publishing mark. Each fine art conservation print comes with a signed and stamped gallery Certificate of Authenticity.
Image size: 35cm x 26cm
Overall size: 50cm x 40cm
Paper: 310GSM Hahnemuhle German Etching
Edition size: 25 copies
Artist Proofs: 5 copies
Printer: Blue Whale Studio, Norfolk, England
Publisher: The Gallery Holt, Limited
Availability: In stock