Beech Grove is a 1902 painting executed with the technique of oil on canvas by the artist Gustave Klimt and is kept in Dresden at Gemaldegalerie Neue Meister. In this work Klimt uses a photographic frame to show us a landscape composed of trunks of a beech wood without human presence, just a set of trunks that stand out in horizontally for the whole space of the painting creating a contemplative vision of nature. The painting is made vibrating and nervous thanks to small touches of color with juxtaposed brushstrokes. All these details, even the smallest ones, are repeated by the print on canvas in high resolution executed by Shopart. The Klimt painting is available on posters made with the fine art printing technique, on a mdf wood panel and Giclée print on canvas. Different finishes are available such as the colored borders for the paintings on canvas and the brush application of the brush effect paint, exclusive workmanship of Shopart that give the canvas an appearance similar to the original painting. To make the artistic reproduction similar to the original work, just add the varnish paint brush effect specially designed by the technicians in Shopart. This paint, non-toxic and transparent, does not alter the colors but adds a similar effect to the artworks painted in oil on canvas with raised brushstrokes visible to both eye and touch.
|Original size||cm 100 x 100|
|Main color||No Color|