The colour blue has long been associated with the rich
Blue only appeared when the Egyptians started mining and unearthed lapis lazuli, a semi-precious stone first found in Afghanistan about 6,000 years ago. Lapis was scarce and thus greatly prized, and was used to adorn the tombs of pharaohs and the eyes of Cleopatra.
I thought as blue symbolised wealth it was only fitting to use the colour in this painting of the guy looking out onto the city of London from the Gherkin.
Acrylic on Loxley gold traditional canvas with fully painted edges so no frame required.
It is supplied ready to hang, fitted with ‘D’ rings and picture cord.
Signed on the back.
Complete with Certificate of Authenticity Limited palette of blues and greys.
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- Painting, Canvas
- One of a kind artwork
- Size: 24" x 36" (actual image size)
- This artwork is sold unframed
- Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity