Vintage Style Travel Art Poster of Rock, Daymer Bay in Cornwall by John Dyer
The spectacular beach & sands of Daymer Bay, Rock on the Camel estuary in Cornwall feature in this amazing John Dyer painting that features on this wall art poster print. All the fun and colour of the summer is captured in the artist's work. Sailing boats, puffins, seagulls, sunbathers, topless swimmers, sunbathers & more all add fun & narrative to this exuberant piece of Cornish contemporary art.
A perfect vintage style art poster reminiscent of 1930s travel posters for you to remember the magical atmosphere, stunning locations & special times in Italy. Featuring acclaimed contemporary art. Perfect for your home, business or office.
Archival matte smooth art print paper. Heavy weight paper/card 280gsm
Premium Quality Fine art Giclée Print. Produced to exacting standards by the artists using the highest possible quality printing technology.
UV-resistant archival ink creating vibrant rich colours and the maximum longevity. As with all pieces of art please avoid hanging in direct sunlight if possible.
Large: A2 Size: 594mm x 420mm I Medium: A3 Size: 420mm x 297mm. The print has a narrow white border around the printed image
A3 Framed size: 348mm x 470mm I A2 Framed Size: 470mm x 644mm
Value MDF poster quality frame with a paper wrapped white finish. Ready to hang. Made in the UK.
Type of glazing
Shatter resistant Styrene, ideal for poster prints. Clean only with a soft damp cloth. Do not use household cleaning chemicals.
By Sue R. (Rickmansworth, United Kingdom) on 06 Aug. 2020 (Vintage Style Travel Art Poster of Rock, Daymer Bay in Cornwall by John Dyer) :
I love it! It is fantastic with so much detail and activity
I have just got back five brilliant John Dyer posters from the framers, including Daymer Bay, Rock. I love it! It is fantastic with so much detail and activity. I love all the bright colours. That is my favourite thing I adore about John's work. It, like all of John's pictures, is very uplifting and cheerful. One can see more each time one looks. Thank you John!