Jan Daum who exhibited at the Royal Academy painted this scene of the French Riviera during one of his visits there in the 1920’s. His speciality was the use of conté drawing to complement the watercolours giving a sharp definition to the subject matter whilst the pastel theme is pleasing to the eye. In many ways his style reflects a simpler version of the well know Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy.
This Fine Art Print has been digitally copied from the original painting which is in our own Collection and is exclusive to ourselves .Our prints are produced using the "Giclee" method whereby colours are "sprayed" onto the Museum quality paper using the latest technology and archival inks with the potential to print more than three million colours.
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Dimensions: Print 48 X 33 cm Print with Border 59 X 42 cm A2
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