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T.S. Harris, Beach Chair

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T.S. Harris, Beach Chair

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Size:

18" x 24"

Materials:

print on gallery-wrapped canvas

Artist:

T.S. Harris

Available Sizes:
18" x 24"
30" x 40"

Why We Love This

This work by artist T.S. Harris perfectly captures the languid relaxation of a day at the beach. Printed on gallery-wrapped canvas, this fine reproduction of the original work arrives ready to hang.

Why We Love This

This work by artist T.S. Harris perfectly captures the languid relaxation of a day at the beach. Printed on gallery-wrapped canvas, this fine reproduction of the original work arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand

The California artist T.S. Harris takes old black-and-white snapshots, often found at flea markets and yard sales, and lights them up with color. Her subjects are nostalgic, like her series on film stars of the 1940s and ’50s and her scenes of long leisurely summers. Harris makes each painting come to life by cropping into each scene, roughing up the paintwork, and weaving in a bright, light-filled palette.