I love this painting so much I was tempted not to sell it. I carved little houses out of lino, based on real Amsterdam canal houses, and printed them with my etching press onto primed MDF (not an easy task). Then the panel went onto my easel and I spent several days painting the sky and water until I was completely happy.
The low rail in the foreground is often found at canal sides to stop cars from rolling in, but I think they're perfectly placed to trip artists up and send them headlong into the water. It hasn't happened to me... yet.
This combination of lino printing and acrylic painting on panel is unique. I can't find anyone else who's attempted it before. The panel is exactly 30x30cm, and fully varnished on front, sides and back to protect it from dirt and damp. It comes ready to hang, floating 1 cm from the wall. All you need to do is put two screws or hooks in your wall and pop it on.
Wherever you are in the world, I will post the painting to you with track and trace.
Acrylic paint; printing ink; primed MDF panel; Varnish