Collecting Shells, Seapoint - 591
A seascape painting of three children collecting shells on a sunny day at the seaside in Seapoint, Co Dublin. In the distance is a Martello Tower with stone seats from where one can people watch if you don't fancy dipping your toes in the water. The tide is well on it's way in at this stage and I gave the sea a warm blue colour to make it feel like summer in this acrylic canvas.
This painting is available as a Limited Edition run of 200 prints using Epson Archival inks on supreme quality Hahnemuhle Traditional Fine Art paper. See dropdown menu above to see size, price and framing options.
Beautiful atmospheric print
This print was bought as a gift for someone who grew up near Seapoint. It really captures the scene with its vivid colours. Choosing, ordering and paying for the print on the website was very easy. It was delivered safely to our home within a few days. Overall, a very positive experience.
Excellent service and gorgeous picture
Fast service,excellent. Gorgeous picture, we loved it.
This is my second picture I have bought and as always it was perfect. This picture I ordered is for my dad for Christmas as we have great memories of Seapoint when we were young. Picture and frame beautiful and customerservice is 100 cannot recommended enough
Collecting Shells Seapoint
A fabulous print is this...it was delivered in person within 48 hours of placing the order. We had a special place set aside for it on the wall and it is perfect there. Thanks to Chris so very much. Gerry and Betty Nugent, ****.
Collecting shells at seapoint
I purchased this print recently as I swim a lot there during the summer. The picture is so good that you feel as if you are there. Chris was great to deal with, sent the picture beautifully framed really promptly carefully wrapped. You couldn't ask for more.
Collecting Shells at Seapoint
I bought this print for my sister in law for her birthday this year. It was a pleasure to deal with Chris, he was so professional and helpful. She loves the print. Thanks Chris.