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Canvas Giclée, Framed
Wilberforce Falls, Hood River, West of Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
M: 41” x 31.5” / $650
L: 52” x 39.5” / $1,050
GRAND: 75” x 56” (6 ft high) / $2,500
“One of the most rewarding things as a landscape painter working in the Canadian Arctic, has been the opportunity to set up my easel in places where easels have seldom, if ever, been set up before. Wilberforce Falls is one of these places. Some of the only art I had seen from this hidden gem is an etching from explorer John Franklin’s first Arctic expedition that travelled up the Hood River in 1821. His crew included artists George Back and Robert Hood, from whose sketches the etching was derived. Franklin was so impressed with the falls during his early explorations that he named them after William Wilberforce, a fellow Englishman whose life’s work was the abolishment of slavery.
This natural wonder captivated me completely as I tied my easel off to a nearby bush at the cliff’s edge. I was engulfed by its roar, mesmerized by the shifting rainbow in the mist, and awed by its steep red-walled cliffs. Here, I felt the exhilaration of painting in a truly wild place, one that I hope will remain so forever.” - Cory
The original painting is a part of the touring INTO THE ARCTIC Collection.
‘Large’ and ‘Grand’ sizes require custom shipping. Upon ordering the gallery will contact you to make arrangements.
All of our canvas reproductions are framed with premium wood mouldings from Fotiou.
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