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Landscape Framed Print featuring the painting Bright Winter Sun by John West


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10.00" x 7.50"

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15.50" x 13.00"


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Bright Winter Sun Framed Print

John West

by John West


Product Details

Bright Winter Sun framed print by John West.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

This was a study in techniques to make bright sunlight -- using lost edges and warm colors when looking into the sun.

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Framed Print Tags

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Painting Tags

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Comments (2)

John West

John West

Thanks, the same "hook" you used in Accross The Bridge. I think looking into the sun is always interesting and provides good opportunities for value separation.

Constance Widen

Constance Widen

What a beautiful painting John, I love the sunlight you have created!

Artist's Description

This was a study in techniques to make bright sunlight -- using lost edges and warm colors when looking into the sun.

About John West

John West

I am a self taught artist and have worked in oil, acrylic, India ink, charcoal, and watercolor in a wide range of styles and subject matter including landscapes, seascapes, still life, and portraits. I think that watercolor is the most challenging and interesting. While there is an endless amount of knowledge and documentation about what makes some art truly exceptional, what makes a painting interesting for me is usually surprisingly simple; how the artist captures the illusive and subtle effects of light. I am continuing to learn the wonderful tricks light can play splashing around on different subjects and I am enjoying the exploratory process more with each attempt. Each painting is an experiment, an attempt to discover...



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