The purple caravan giclee print is part of Gateway Art Sales' Retro Caravan's Collection by the artist Justine Haycox. The fun, colourful composition of this fine art print showcases a retro caravan from the 50s/60s era on a sandy beach in purple with a green trim. It has a whimsical, happy feel, which is endorsed by the bunting.
Caravan holidays are very popular in England so this print will delight those who have experienced caravan holidays or perhaps even have their own caravan as it will evoke fond memories of previous holidays and weekends away. This lovely art print suits living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and home offices - where will you display it in your home? It also suits commercial spaces, such as offices, business centres, reception areas and hotels.
The giclee print is protect in an acid free, conservation quality, white core, ph neutral window mount, with a high quality backing board making it ready for framing. It is a standard size of 12in x 16in so you have the option of an off-the-shelf frame or something customised. It comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the print and hand signed by the artist for quality assurance.
The iconic Retro Caravans Collection comprises the same design in the following colours: orange, green, pink and blue. They look beautiful on their own or when they are display collectively.
Giclee art print made in the UK for quality assurance.
Insitu images for visual purposes only - not to scale.
Artist: Justine Haycox
Date of Release: April 2019
Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm
Image Size: 180mm x 125mm
Window Mount Size: 305mm x 406mm
Ready for framing!
Certificate of Authenticity
This design is also available in the following formats:
- Original Painting (Framed, ready for you to display)
- Greeting Cards
Purple Caravan MOUNTED ART PRINT (GICLEE)
We use a British Fine Art Trade Guild accredited-printer for all of our fine art giclee open edition prints. The Guild sets standards for print publishing in order to protect the interests of the public and maintain confidence in the publishing of fine art.