LARGE 'STYLING' CARD - WATCHING THE SUNSET
A reproduction of an old painting that has been reproduced onto a heavy uncoated cream card. The original painting is by Jozef Israëls and titled A Laren Scene painted in 1905. Laren was one of the Hague School painters’ favourite places. Israëls went there from 1874, when the village of smallholders and shepherds was still entirely authentic. Once the painters had discovered it, Laren became a genuine artists’ colony and subsequently a tourist honeypot. Israëls will have thus painted this charming scene of a girl in a door opening largely from memory.
A beautiful print to display on a shelf with a still life set or your mantle, or simply add a bull dog clip and hang on the wall or have framed.
Weight of card is 400gsm
Print measures approx. 42cm x 29.5cm and has rounded corners
The card has a strengthener strip placed onto the reverse of the card for support.