022 The View from Tamborine Mountain
SKU: 022 The View from Tamborine Mountain

Finished on the 7th of December 2018

Media: Oil

Size: 60 x 30 x 4 cm

Painting Style: Realism

Frame Details: Unframed / Stretched on deep edge canvas (painted edges), can be hung as is or framed by purchaser

Also available in high quality Australian made Fine Art Reproduction.

Since I came to Australia in 2011 and visited the Polish Place on Mount Tambourine, I was struck by the beautiful view of the valley below and the mountains afar. I always wanted to paint this spectacular scenery and I finally did it! This was my first painting in 2018 after a long two-month break, when I seriously began to think that the inspiration had left me forever ... I feel that from this painting my artistic journey had begun a completely new period.

Finally, I confessed to myself that Yes, I am an Artist! So no more excuses, and I decided to treat this fact with respect, creating a separate Facebook web page “SunAngelArts” for my oil artworks. I hope you will love this view from Tambourine Mountain as much as I do.

More Info: Varnished (Ironlak).

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Dimension (L x W x H) 60 x 30 x 4 Centimetre
Weight 1 Kilogram


Frequently Asked Question ---

Where is the best place to hang oil paintings?

Oil paintings do not like direct sunlight. An ideal place for them is a room with ambient lighting. Incandescent bulbs also adversely affect the quality of the painting. Varnish of course protects the paint, but not to that extent. Under the direct sun, it could begin to fade.
Never hang a picture near a stove/oven - it will be very difficult to clean a picture from soot. Air temperature changes may “kill" the painting. Please, do not hang the painting close to the heating appliance. Due to constant exposure to high temperatures, paint may start to crack.

Can I put oil paintings under glass?
How to clean oil paintings?
What should I do if painting on canvas start to slack?

This happens with humidity changes in the rooms. Do not be afraid of this. Place painting on a flat, clean surface with the image down, and wipe the back of canvas with a wet cloth. You do not need “to fill the painting with water”, make sure that the water does not flow from the rag in streams and that no puddles form on the canvas. Just slightly moisten with water - the canvas will immediately stretch evenly. It is necessary to leave the painting in this position until it is completely dry. If this procedure was not enough, then you need to contact a specialist in a framing workshop.


What to do if a dent has formed on the canvas?
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