Down the Irrawaddy (2014)
Acrylic painting by Nikki Sumray


  • Acrylic painting, Panel / Board / MDF
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  • Size: 20.47 × 12.99 × 0.87 in (unframed) / 20.47 × 12.99 in (actual image size)
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  • Signed on the back

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Nikki Sumray

United Kingdom

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Artist's description:

I love of boats, ships and waterways, be they seas, rivers, streams, lakes. This stems, I think, from reading Arthur Ransome's wonderful books as a child, starting with Swallows and Amazons. This painting was developed from an old photograph of ships on a river and recoloured. I had to do some research to find out what river it was. The Irrawaddy runs the length of Burma/Myanmar and the banks are studded with gold-roofed Buddhist temples like little jewels. The wood substrate is antique wood, at least 100 years old, and rescued from Georgian houses on the Kent coast, undergoing renovation.

Category: Acrylic painting
Substrate: Panel / Board / MDF
Materials: Antique wood, artists' acrylic paint, yacht varnish
Dimensions: 52.07 × 31.75 × 1.91 cm (unframed) / 52.07 × 31.75 cm (actual image size)
This artwork is sold unframed
One of a kind artwork
Signed on the back

Materials used:

Antique Pine Wood, at least 100 years old, acrylic paint, yacht varnish

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