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Rockland Breakwater Light Wall Tapestry by Charles Wysocki©
Charle Wysocki's Rockland Breakwater Light, Jacquard woven into a wall tapestry creating true depth, texture and richness not found in traditional home decor. Warmth glows from every window and a palpable sense of adventure is in the air as you leave your onshore worries behind knowing that this grand dame will watch over you. The first in Charles Wysocki’s Sentinels of the Sea series, this painting was inspired by the Rockland Breakwater lighthouse in Maine. Charles Wysocki liked to tell stories in his paintings and along the New England seacoast he found them everywhere.
Each fine art tapestry is handcrafted by skilled Artisan Weavers in USA textile mills using between nine and eighteen miles of thread. These Fine Art Wall Tapestry Hangings are of superior quality and definition - Museum Quality!
The combination of the thread colors and weaving creates a unique art experience that changes with each viewing angle. It draws the viewer into the depth and texture of the image while adding an acoustic elegance to any room decor.
Size: 26"W x 34"L
Artist: Charles Wysocki
Motif: Coastal, Nautical
Contents: 100% Cotton, Jacquard Woven. Lined, hand finished.
Dowel Rod: Sold separately, bottom weight rod included.
Care: Spot Clean
Usually Ships in approximately 1-2 weeksAbout Charles Wysocki:
Charles Wysocki was an American painter (1928-2002), whose works depict a stylized version of American life of yesteryear. Wysocki came to appreciate a simpler, more rural life than that of the big city. His many trips to New England served to nurture his interest in early American Folk Art. As he said of his work, "I hope my paintings revive pleasant thoughts of order and security, much needed in this fast-paced world."
"In my paintings, I want to hit every emotion I can – from the sublime to the silly," Charles Wysocki said. He was remarkably successful in his endeavors, as a legion of fans and art collectors can attest. The love of life, with all its wit and wisdom, poetry and emotion, sights and sensations, is captured in his work. "There is a simple message in my work," Wysocki said, "and it is love."