Ludolf Backhuysen Dutch Ships in the Roadstead of Texel Art Print
ABOUT THIS PIECE
Dutch Golden Age Baroque Painter Ludolf Backhuysen's Dutch Ships in the Roadstead of Texel was created in 1671 and the painting is in Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. The original size of the work is 92 x 140 cm and is made of oil on canvas.
The Artist: Ludolf Backhuysen (1630 - 1708) was a German-born Dutch painter, draughtsman, calligrapher and printmaker. He was the leading Dutch painter of maritime subjects after Willem van de Velde the Elder and Younger left for England in 1672.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCT
Art Movement: Dutch Golden Age Baroque
The Theme of the Work: Coastal Landscape
To create this canvas print, the image is printed directly onto an artist-grade 100 % cotton canvas. Our Giclee Museum Quality Prints use inks resistant to fading and allow the tonalities and hues of the Original Painting. An acrylic coating protects the canvas print from dust and moisture. Finished with a suitable colored portion in addition to the size, this canvas print provides an artistic look with depth and texture.