48x30" Original - Acrylic polymer emulsion on masonite
Print sizes on CANVAS: 48x30", 36x22.5", 22x13.75"
Print size on PAPER: 36x22.5" only
Edition of 80 per size on Canvas, 350 on Paper
© 2019 Christopher Walker
Giclée print on Canvas
These limited edition prints of "Devotion" are a high quality reproduction published from an original 48" x 30" original acrylic polymer emulsion on masonite painting by Christopher Walker. The prints come signed and numbered by the artist with a letter of authenticity.
This archival canvas is a 60/40 cotton polyester blend, 2-over-1 Oxford weave. It is the best giclée canvas available for fine-art reproductions and provides the richest colours and deepest blacks of any fine-art canvas.
Ask about custom framing of your print. We can provide a wide selection of frames and mat combinations to suit your taste. Canvases can also be framed with a float frame to provide another level of finish to the prints.
Race Rocks Light is one of the first two lighthouses that were built on the west coast of Canada, financed by the British Government and illuminated in 1860. It is the only lighthouse on that coast built of rock, (granite) purportedly quarried in Scotland, and topped with sandstone quarried on Gabriola Island. The Islands of Race Rocks are located just off the southern tip of Vancouver Island, about 16 km southwest of Victoria, British Columbia.
The lighthouse was built between 1859–1860 by the crew of HMS Topaze and outside labourers under a contract awarded to John Morris by the British Government. It was illuminated on 26 December 1860, six weeks after the smaller Fisgard Island lighthouse built at the entrance to Esquimalt Harbour near Victoria.