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Philip Barlow, West 34th Street

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Philip Barlow, West 34th Street

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Product Information

Frame finish:

white

Materials:

print on gallery-wrapped canvas

Size:

framed, 26" x 20"; image size, 24" x 18"

Frame details:

wood floater frame

Artist:

Philip Barlow

Available Sizes:
26" x 20"
42" x 32"

Why We Love This

This sunlit street scene is a print of an original work from artist Philip Barlow. Printed on gallery-wrapped canvas, the work arrives ready to hang in a handsome white wood floater frame.

Why We Love This

This sunlit street scene is a print of an original work from artist Philip Barlow. Printed on gallery-wrapped canvas, the work arrives ready to hang in a handsome white wood floater frame.

About the Brand

Based in Noordhoek Cape Town, South Africa, Philip Barlow has worked as a painter for most of his life. After spending several years in Europe, he returned to South Africa to paint murals and work on public and private commissions. Although based in a long artistic tradition, Barlow’s landscapes blur the line between the physical and spiritual realms, exploring places beyond the “seen” landscape. Light, a central element of Barlow’s work, "is the ultimate subject because it embodies the pinnacle of all reality," he says. Barlow is currently at work on pieces for solo and group exhibitions. His works are held in both national and international collections.