Sunday, February 26, 2012

Beijing Hutong II

Beijing Hutong II by Liza Hirst

Another impression of a "hutong" in Beijing. By the way, I found an awesome printer here in London and can now offer you my paintings also as really nice prints!

Now also available as giclée print in a limited edition of 20.
The picture is printed on high quality "Somerset enhanced" paper 330g, format 33cm x 48cm.
The quoted dimensions are for the size of paper containing the image, not the printed image itself. Artist-signed + numbered certificate of authenticity included.

oil on canvas - Öl auf Leinwand - huile sur toile
20 cm x 20 cm / 7,9" x 7,9"
or new as print
sold out


William R. Moore said...

Great quality of light captured in this painting. Well done.

Sarah Bachhuber Peroutka said...

Liza, I am loving your paintings from China! So much so that I've been pinning them to my Pinterest board devoted to my favorite artists. Since there is some controversy now about posting other artists' work to Pinterest, I wanted to give you a heads up and ask your "permission" or feedback. I am a pastel artist and if someone were pinning my paintings I would be delighted because it would be giving me more exposure, driving people to my blog, etc. But out of respect for you I do want to know what you think about this practice of "pinning". You should also know that many people who look at my "pins" and see your art have responded very positively. Best regards.

René PleinAir. said...

And all that time I was thinking you where in Beijng!! It has a David Curtis feel to it Liza, ... love that!

Liza Hirst said...

Thank you, William!

Liza Hirst said...

Dear Sarah,
Thank you very much for your kind comment. I am pleased you are enjoying my paintings and like you, I am also delighted that you pin them, giving me more exposure. Thanks a lot, also for telling me about the positive feedback. I really appreciate that.

Liza Hirst said...

René, I wish I were, too. This time we only went there for two weeks but would love to go back sometime. Such an exciting city! I looked at David Curtis work - really nice! - and I feel flattered that you actually compared my painting with it. Thanks so much!