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Paul J Bucknall

The Green Chair, 2014

Photography : C-print, color edition, digital, paper, fine art print 30 x 20 x 0.1 inch

$699

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Paul J Bucknall, The Green Chair

About the artwork

Artwork sold in perfect condition

A green armchair sits by a damaged window in an abandoned house. The light and shade add to the haunting remote feel of the image. Who lived here! I am honoured that my imagery is now sought after and reaching a global market and is used in many commercial projects particularly the book cover market. The work is produced using Fujicolor Crystal Archive Professional velvet photographic C Type silver halide paper, with a zero-reflective top layer creating stunningly soft and deep-matte effect prints. Velvet delivers enhanced color reproduction, white purity and excellent image quality and stability, ideal for fine art prints. An image size of 36x24 inch, with a white one inch white border surround for ease of mounting (making the overall print dimensions 38x26 inches). The artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity which will be signed and numbered with the edition size. Limited edition of 20 that will not be exceeded in the stated size and materials.
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About the seller
Professional art gallery • Cleethorpes, United Kingdom

Artsper seller since 2019

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Dimensions cm inch
30 x 20 x 0.1 inch
Framing
Not framed
Type
Numbered and limited to 20 copies
20 copies available
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Not Signed
Colors

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The artwork is available for pickup from the gallery in Cleethorpes, United Kingdom or can be delivered to the address of your choice within 3 to 4 weeks after validation of your order. The work is insured during transport, so it's risk-free.
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Paul J Bucknall

Paul J Bucknall

United Kingdom

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British artists

Paul J Bucknall is a multi disciplined photographer who strives for continual perfection and that perfection is just out of reach, elusive. Each image, he believes, can always be improved; can be changed; can have a deeper meaning hidden beneath the surface and it's his intention to draw the viewer into that image. He draws inspiration from past generations of artists. Paul J Bucknall particularly likes the darkness and tension within Caravaggio's works, the technicality of Leonardo da Vinci and the abstraction of Vincent Van Gogh. Some of these ideas are easier to transfer into their medium due to the digitalised age. As a photographer they are currently in times where theu can express theirselves through their work by changing and advancing their styles. Now forward thinking stock libraries like Arcangel are a portal to creativity where the only limits they have are their own imaginations. He often uses Fibonnaci's divine ratio, consciously or subconsciously, within his work. 

This theory runs as a constant throughout the universe being seen in nature, patterns and shapes. He has a real affinity for travel and he has been fortunate to visit over 70 countries. He has been able to interact with different people and cultures through these experiences. This travelling has helped him develop a style of observational photography, sometimes by watching an event unfold and second guess the subject. It has helped him with his curiosities about the world and seems to draw him in further by looking at the complexities and interactions surrounding life. It has opened up his senses by allowing him to see great cities to small villages; visiting ancient monuments; to viewing a solar eclipse; to feeling the force of nature through the sea and feel the power of hurricanes. He has been widely published in travel and tourism guides, books, magazines and billboards.

He has won multiple awards including Societies Street Photographer Of The Year 2015.

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