Goat Island Clammers Art Print 8" x 10" Horizontal Framed Wall Poster By Alan Claude - Maine

$89.00

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Goat Island Clammers took place in Cape Porpoise, Maine near Kennebunkport with Goat Island Lighthouse in the background.

The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk-screen printing

Limited to 500 prints (not numbered) by year of creation

Giclée printed on archival heavy paper with solid ink coverage

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Ann M.
Lovely Art, Arrived Quickly

The picture reminds me of my trip to Cape Porpoise. I love the colors and the picture of the Goat Island Lighthouse. The item arrived quickly and was very carefully packed.

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Ryan F.
High quality, exquisite detail

I have long admired Alan Claude's work and this piece was the perfect gift for two people with a connection to Cape Neddick. I ordered the print with the frame I could not be more pleased with the way it looks. I was also impressed by the packing. It's important to get things in one piece on the first attempt. Thanks to Alan for sharing his talents with all of us!

8x10 frame & Art Shield

  • Quality Acadia Black satin painted wood frame finish
  • No glass is used, instead, a matte laminated "Art Shield
  • UV protected & water-resistant 
  • Lightweight (1.4 lb) 
  • Frame Width is .75" Depth is .75"
  • Sharp bright colors & signed by the artist
  • Wired on the back and ready to hang - hanger & nail included
  • Framed art measures 9.5" x 11.5" Made In Italy

Glass breaks and reflects light and plexiglass, has a blurred surface. That’s why we frame the art with Artshield.  It is UV protected with a durable matte laminate coating that does reflect light or glare - No glass or plexiglass is used. The Art is permanently bonded so it will not buckle, wrinkle or fade and is super clean, clear and lightweight.

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