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24 x 30 inches (61 x 76.2 cm)
edition of 30 at $1000
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These prints are made with fade-resistant, archival-quality ink and are printed on 100% cotton rag, acid-free and ph neutral watercolor paper. This particular paper stock is designed for professional artworks, featuring brilliant whites and a weight of 255 gsm.
The dimensions listed are for the size of paper containing the image, not the image size itself. This edition has a minimum 1/2 inch border.
This print ships unframed. For framing suggestions, please read below.
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About this work
Beijing Qinghua 1 is an edition by Stephane Couturier exclusively on ArtWeLove. In this edition, Stephane captures the magnanimous presence of construction in China’s capital city. By bringing geometry to the foreground, Couturier amplifies the changes happening in one of the fastest growing countries in the world. Beyond documenting qualities of the image, Stephane’s camera renders the varieties of greens like a painter’s brushstrokes would touch a canvas, thus creating a timeless landscape.
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24 x 30 inches, edition of 30 at $1000
Renowned international artist Stephane Couturier investigates the urban landscapes, construction sites, and factories of Berlin, Beijing, Moscow, Soeul and his native Paris. A photographer with a painterly eye, Stephane extracts from each landscape its most beautiful idiosyncrasies through wide horizon lines and symmetrical planes