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Townscape Delft, the Market square.
You just need to observe for long enough, and all sorts of things show up: people, cranes, birds, bikes, and why not, a pig! You look with an increasing attention for detail and keep discovering more. Aren’t the worn stones of the New Church just wonderful? For those who prefer to stay indoors or don’t want to do their own drawing, this townscape offers the perfect solution.
This page gives information about the prints and how to buy them, outlines the creative process and provides background details about this special location.
|Title||De Markt en het varken, Delft|
|Artist||Mark van Huystee|
|Horse Commerce||02 prints|
|Material||Hahnemühle, White Velvet paper, 270 grammes|
|Technique||Certified Art Giclée print|
|Medium size||145 cm x 76 cm (57 inch x 30 inch)|
|Price||695 euro (VAT included)|
|Large size||179 cm x 93 cm (71 inch x 36 inch)|
|Price||995 euro (VAT included)|
|XLarge size||on demand|
The prices mentioned above apply to the townscapes only. Framing, posting & packing are not included.
This is a high-quality print that meets the ‘Certified Art Giclée’ quality standard.
Each print is signed and numbered by me and since 2012 embossed with my signature.
Each print comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity.
ORDERING A PIECE OF A TOWNSCAPE Many customers want to see a panorama in real life before ordering. If you are unable to arrange a studio visit, I can send you a set of samples that will enable you to assess the quality and presence of the works.
A set of 4 samples costs 14.95 euros including postage. Each sample includes a cardboard surround so it can be framed as a mini painting.
You can order your samples by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning ‘samples’ and the name of the townscape.
The Market XL
The townscape at the drawing location. This XL sized version was acquired by the Stanislas College and is on display in the school’s auditorium.
Photo shoot in the market square.
Exhibition in the old Bacinol factory, part of DSM, which was pulled down in 2009.
The Van der Dussen restaurant in Delft.
What’s the weather like today in Delft?
foto: Robert van Nimwegen