Calanque des Antibois BY Henri Edmond Cross- Art Poster
Calanque des Antibois by Henri Edmond Cross - Art Poster
In 1891, as a result of his rheumatoid arthritis, Henri Edmond Cross moved to Cabasson, a hamlet on the Côte d’Azur in southeastern France. The move deeply affected his art: after settling on the Mediterranean coast, he embraced the divided brushwork (small dashes and dots of color) and tonal gradations of “scientific Impressionism.” This methodical technique was a departure from the Impressionists’ more intuitive quick strokes of color to capture fleeting atmospheric conditions. In this scene, Cross used this more systematic paint application to convey the color and heat of his adopted region.
This amazingly and instantly recognizable work is perfect for a lover of fine art.
Printed onto 200gsm gloss poster paper, this poster is produced using the highest resolution images and quality printing techniques.
Poster Sizes and Information
This poster has white border as seen in the image of the framed mock-ups on the wall. The printed area is therefore:
Maxi Poster - Poster Size 610 x 915mm - Printed area 590 x 895mm
Two Thirds Maxi Poster - Poster Size 406 x 610mm - Printed area 393 x 597mm
Tabloid Poster- Poster Size 305 x 457mm - Printer area 295 x 447mm
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