'Crimson Boardwalk' is a good quality, signed giclée print of a painting of the seaside town of Folkestone in Kent by Canterbury artist, David Weeks. Colourful and quirky, it depicts the view from the shingle seafront (with some artistic licence), just west of the harbour arm, and features a colourful Marine Parade with the iconic Grand Burstin Hotel in the background. The Boardwalk (made from old railway sleepers and which meanders from Folkestone's harbour arm and the Lower Leas Park), the Jelly Mould Pavilion (an artwork by Lubaina Himid which provides a place of rest) and the 'Out of Tune' bell (another artwork by A K Dolven) dominate the foreground of the print, as do three of Folkestone's seagulls who are engaged in a battle or dance over a goldfish.
This print, which has been placed in a cream mount ready for putting in a frame, will make a great addition to any wall. It is oblong-shaped and hangs horizontally. Size (including the mount): 20 inches width x 16 inches height (51 cm x 41 cm).
Please note that colours and tones may slightly differ according to monitor/screen types, etc.
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