Derek Balmer – Courtyard Gualchos

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Choose an artwork in a size and specification to fit your space. The high-quality image resolution is reproduced on fine art paper or canvas and creates exceptional clarity, depth and richness of colour that really enlivens your walls. Simply select the desired framing option, then the size. You can go for the popular stretched canvas format, add a contemporary frame to the stretched canvas, or choose a classic mount and frame for your fine art paper print. Your finished piece will be made to order in the UK to museum standards and delivered within 14 working days. Handmade from solid Ash wood, the frame colour choices have been individually curated to complement each artwork. Each frame is finished by hand, with a wax coating that protects and shows off the natural grain in the wood. Framing options, explained: Stretched Canvas: A canvas print stretched onto a concealed wooden frame Framed Canvas: A stretched canvas print sat in a substantial wooden box frame, giving a contemporary art gallery feel Framed Print: A fine art paper print presented in a high-quality white mount and hand-finished wooden frame. The print is glazed with acrylic for safety All paper and canvas prints are produced using the giclée method. In line with our timber policy, the wood is from sustainable managed sources. All pictures come ready to hang. This is a made to order product, printed on museum standard quality paper, and finished in a handmade frame. We always recommend checking your wall space to ensure you’re happy with your measurements. The lead time for this product is 14 days to allow time for your picture to be printed especially for you and mounted in its handmade frame. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop here . Derek Balmer has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in the UK and Europe. In 1965 he won the Prix d’Natalie in Provence and following other successes was the 1983 finalist at the Avon Open Exhibition at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, the city in which he has lived since the 1950s. Derek Balmer was given a solo exhibition in the Sharples Gallery at the RWA in 1980. When asked about the influences on his work Balmer comments: ‘In differing degrees, I am influenced by everything within my visual experience. The problem is one of selection. Artists who I admire (but am not necessarily influenced by) are too numerous to mention but of the ancients, I would choose Greek and Egyptian Art, Near Eastern Art and the Italian Primitives. Velasquez, Rembrandt and Goya are artists I admire from the post Renaissance period and in the twentieth century Vuillard, Picasso and Matisse. I am also fascinated by English Portrait miniatures.’

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