Herring sparrows at Mjölskär lighthouse 70x100

  • 299.77 EUR

Inspiring and creative digitally painted painting by Bengt Holm Art. Printed on high quality paper, Hahnemühle German Etching 310g.

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Stock: 10
Article Number: 5001
Supplier: Bengt Holm Art

DIGITAL PAINTING

About the subject

by Bengt Holm Art

The motif is taken from both fantasy and reality. The storm-whipped sea can be found at Sotebonde outside Bohuslän on the Swedish west coast, you can glimpse the Mjölskär lighthouse on the horizon.

There are plenty of sparrows and herring, but not in this mix.


A decorative painting with a humorous undertone.



  • Graphic rendering of digitally painted painting. The original is painted in Adobe FRESCO "Oil Painting".
  • Please note that these are not AI generated works, everything is painted by hand on a drawing pad, See video
  • The size of the print is 613x890 mm and fits in a frame with passepartout size 70x100 cm.
  • Edition: 10 pcs.
  • Printing method is Glicée Fine Art Print with inkjet printer.
  • Paper/Print media: Hahnemühle German Etching 310g, 100% alpha-cellulose. The paper has a very fine structure, soft surface and a warm white base. Paper has structure and surface.
  • Ink/Ink type: Epson UltraChrome HD.
  • Certificate of authenticity stamped and signed on the back of the printed copy and a proof to be glued on the back when you frame the painting is included.
  • On the front under the print is written which print in the order, title of the work and a signature.
  • Supplied in a roll.
  • Printing only takes place after ordering the painting, therefore it takes approx. 5 working days before the order is packed and handed over to Postnord for transport.
  • After that, Postnord's delivery times apply, usually 1 - 2 days to the delivery point. ATTENTION! So be prepared that it takes longer to get your painting than if you order posters.

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