Boat painting painted with acrylic paint and impressionist style F10 format 46 x 55 x 2 cm.
Atypical view of the Port of Sauzon on Belle Ile en Mer, in the Morbihan (south) one of the most beautiful villages in France. Original and unique painting, painted on a quality frame. I signed it, countersigned on the back and accompanied by its certificate of authenticity. This painting will appeal to all lovers of the sea and boats. "Belle Ile en Mer 3" landscape painting Info Hand-painted acrylic paint Signed and countersigned work of the painter Free delivery in France Secure shipment and optimal protection Certificate of authenticity provided in the package Dimensions
Format 14.96 x18.11x 0.78 inch
Priscilla Vettese is an artist painter.
It is in his studio located in France near Paris that the artist captures the intensity of contrasts on her paintings, composes colors and textures with spontaneous and colorful touches to immortalize the moment. through the prism of his emotions.
Through figurative paintings and abstract paintings, her inspiration comes for the admiration of nature.
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