A photographic print on canvas, of a tree in snow, picked out against a monochrome background in rich golden tones. Now you can have fabulous artwork in a size to fit your space! The high-quality image resolution creates exceptional clarity, depth and richness of colour that really enlivens your walls. Simply select a frame, then the desired size. You can go frameless, have a contemporary rim, or
Widely regarded as one of the most brilliant songwriters of her generation, (Biography Magazine) Suzanne Vega emerged as a leading figure of the folk-music revival of the early 1980s when, accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, she sang what has been labelled contemporary folk or neo-folk songs of her own creation in Greenwich Village clubs. Since the release of her self-titled, critically
Documentary exploring the role and implications of surveillance in British society. The UK has become one of the most intrusive surveillance states in the world. When director David Bond decides to find out how much priv...
The silence of a snow-hushed landscape, in black, white and brown gives a minimalistic-focused atmospheric effect. Artist: David Lorenz Winston Title: Solitude Frame: 1.25-inch Satin Black Laminate Mat: Natural/Cream Linen Image Dimensions: 6.88 inches wide x 10.06 inches high Outside Frame Dimensions: 11.9 inches wide x 15.1 inches high Style: Casual Format: Vertical Size: Small
These Wildfox Winston sunglasses are the perfect blend of modern and classic style. ; Thick plastic frames with a subtle keyhole bridge. ; Logo inlay at temple tips. ; CR39 optical grade lenses offer complete UVA/UVB protection. ; Protective case included. ; Imported. Measurements: ; Temple Length: 142 mm ; Frame Width: 141 mm ; Lens Height: 42 mm ; Weight: 1.75 oz ; Lens Width: 54 mm ; Bridge: 15
Winston Churchills must be the most famous face of the twentieth century, wreathed in cigar smoke and with his look of formidably aggressive determination. Sickert caught his character well in this sketch undertaken when Churchill was Chancellor of the Exchequer. At the time, Sickert was giving Churchill painting lessons at the latters house, Chartwell in Kent. Sickert worked briefly from