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House Ipanema (Canvas)

Parvez Taj

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House Ipanema (Canvas)
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Parvez Taj
print on gallery-wrapped fine-art canvas
Frame details:
2” heavy-duty wood frame with D-rings in the back for hanging
Available sizes:
18" x 7"
30" x 10"
45" x 15"
60" x 20"

Why We Love This

A beautiful depiction of Rio's Ipanema Beach in Brazil, done by Parvez Taj. The artist created this water-based painting working from one of his photographs, mixing softly contrasting colors with a sponge to achieve the effects of light. The blended photograph and painting was then printed on hand-stretched fine-art canvas.
The piece arrives ready to hang, gallery-wrapped on sustainable, FSC-certified wood. The work includes a certificate of authenticity and features an artist signature on the front. Made in the USA.

About Parvez Taj

A visionary artist, Parvez Taj creates uniquely evocative works for the wall. Taj freely mixes media, including photography, software, and acrylics, to achieve his bold effects. He works with UV-cured inks and recycled wood, often reclaimed from rural buildings throughout the U.S., to minimize his impact on the environment. Taj was born in Canada and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. His works are entirely made in California.