Akseli Gallen-Kallela- Lake Keitele
An elaborate depiction of Lake Keitele, where Akseli Gallen-Kallela worked in the summer of 1904. Gallen-Kallela was a leading figure in modern Finnish painting and the decorative arts, who studied painting in Helsinki and Paris. His landscape paintings of about 1900 show the influence of both Gauguin and Monet. Now you can have fabulous artwork in a size to fit your space! The high-quality image resolution creates exceptional clarity, depth and richness of colour that really enlivens your walls. Simply select a frame, then the desired size. You can go frameless, have a contemporary äóÖrim’, or choose a classic frame for the finishing touch. Your finished piece will be made up and delivered within 14 working days. Handmade from ash wood, the rims and frames come in a choice of a light natural colour, or a chocolate brown stain. Each is finished with a wax coating that protects and shows off the natural grain. Framing options, explained: Frameless: A canvas print stretched onto a concealed wooden frame. Gives your walls a sophisticated äóÖgallery’ look. Rim: A stretched canvas print sat in a chunky and substantial wooden panel. Creates a äóÖboxed’ look when hung from the wall. Frame: A giclí©e print on paper presented in a high-quality white mount, wooden frame moulding, and clear acrylic glazing. All are ready to hang. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop here .