Unframed Col Du Glandon Art Print
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David Sparshott focuses on getting the basics right. He uses graphite and coloured pencil to capture the detail in the ordinary, from bikes to cars and mountains. He's based in Suffolk, and his accomplished observational style has been commisioned by impressive names like The New York Times. In fact, it's this world travel that inspired a lot of his pieces. Col Du Glandon is a moody black and white pencil sketch of a mountain pass in France.
Suffolk-based David Sparshott turns the everyday into vibrant works of art. Using only graphite and coloured pencils, his hand drawn illustrations are detailed and delicate – capturing the little things we often overlook. His achievements in the art world are just as impressive, having been commissioned by The New York Times and General Electric.
• Matte 100% cotton 315 sgm soft textured fine art paper • Solid wood, painted frame • Printed using the fine art giclée printing method, a drop technique known for its clarity and precision • Canvas made from bleached birch, eucalyptus and softwood pine pulp, from sustainable forests
• Please do not hang on a wall facing the sun directly. Fine art's colours can fade over time • When dirty or dusty, please tend to your frame using a clean, damp cloth before leaving it to dry. If any substantial moisture remains after cleaning it, please wipe the surface dry to avoid any staining.