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Ss Maheno Shipwreck Fraser Island Queensland

Description : DESCRIPTION
Title: SS Maheno Shipwreck
Medium: Oil on linen
Size: 12 X 24 inches (30 x 61 cm)
Framing: This painting is on loose canvas however it can be stretched and sold ready to hang or ready to be framed or framed. There might be a price difference so please inquire about your needs

Materials Used
• Professional artist grade oil paints on oil primed linen
• A certificate of Authenticity is given with this painting.
• This painting is Varnished for protection

This painting shows the wreck of SS Maheno on Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world. This painting also shows a lonely dingo on the beach also associated with Fraser island and as a reminder about the existent controversy involving these beautiful dogs. The waves and the ocean represents the power of nature over the human element in this case represented the wreck of SS Maheno.

NRN # : 000-2379-0267-01

DIMENSIONS : (Height - 30.00 cm X Width - 61.00 cm )

Medium on Base : Oil on Linen

Genre : Seascape

Status : Sold


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Copyright : © Christopher Vidal


Un-Framed: $650.00

Christopher Vidal is a landscape artist born in Malta and living in Sydney since 2009. As from childhood, Chris developed an interest in art and for two years he attended art classes to develop skills in drawing and watercolour.

After a career in medical research, Christopher is now developing and focusing on his artistic skills. His inspirations come from nature and the various wild habitats of the Australian landscape.

What Chris says about his art?

"When I started painting I started observing and appreciating more what is all around me, even the simplest things that are taken foregranted in everyday life.

I am inspired by the beautiful and dramatic colours created when light at sunrise or sunset hits mountains, trees, oceans or clouds. I am also inspired by the sounds of the singing birds at sunrise and the sounds of the waves and winds on the ocean.

I want to create art and through it I want to share my experiences of the places they may never been able to visit and see for themselves"

As a professional artist I also give importance to the quality of materials that I use to create my work. To ensure this I take care of most of the processes myself including preparation of canvas with the best quality materials available. The choice of pigments that I use for my work is based upon their permanence and are sourced from manufacturers that use high quality pigments without the addition of fillers or driers. This will guarantee minimal changes in colour over the years. I adhere to traditional methods of painting in oils and avoid the use of modern media in my work.

For more information on how to purchase or commission Chris please call 0451140695

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