Capturing the moment, Paul James has created a landscape version of the stunning sunset over Eye Brook Reservoir in Rutland, England.
‘Sunset II’ is part of the Paul James Classic Collection and makes a perfect pair with ‘Sunset I’, also part of the same collection. Paul has captured the mood perfectly in this piece as the sun sets behind the hills. If you wish to discuss alternative framing options, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
Giclée and Limited Edition Information
Giclée Paper – Limited edition of 195 plus artist proofs
All limited edition prints are checked, numbered and hand signed by Paul James and include a Certificate of Authenticity.
Giclée is a French word meaning ‘spray of liquid”. This inkjet printing method uses high-quality UV long-lasting pigment inks on archival grade paper or canvas.
When you select this option, your Giclée paper print will arrive to you cellophane wrapped, and presented with an off-white mount board ready for you to just add a frame of your choosing at your local framer.
The overall size of this Mounted Giclée paper print is 65cm high x 86cm wide. A typical frame may add another +/- 8cm to each dimension when framed.
Giclée Paper – Framed With Our Optional Black Gloss Or Matt Wooden Frame
When you select this option, your Giclée paper print will arrive to you mounted and framed, ready to hang.
Our choice of off-white mount and striking black high gloss or classic matt frames suit Paul’s artwork magnificently. When you select the framed option in the drop down list, the main image will change to show you how this finished framed artwork will look.
The print is protected behind glass within the frame and your framed piece will arrive to you in sturdy cardboard packaging.
The overall size when framed is 100cm wide x 79cm high (gloss) or 94cm wide x 73cm high (matt).
A leading contemporary animal and landscape realist painter – Paul is world renowned for the skill and craftsmanship of his artwork. He dedicates himself to each piece with passion. Freedom is his forte and therefore his work is always fresh and current.