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Tamanique Twilight: A Sunset Symphony in El Salvador (Gallery Canvas Wraps)

Tamanique Twilight: A Sunset Symphony in El Salvador (Gallery Canvas Wraps)

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Introducing "Tamanique Twilight," a canvas print that captures the ethereal beauty of a sunset in the mountains of El Salvador. This isn't just a painting; it's a poetic expression of nature's grand finale at the end of the day. Rendered in a semi-realistic style, the artwork focuses on the deep orange sky, the lush green mountains, and the tranquil lake that mirrors the heavens. It's as if Mother Nature herself decided to throw a color festival and you're invited to the front row.


The painting also features a group of silhouetted figures, enjoying the celestial spectacle from a rock. It's a subtle nod to the universal human experience of finding peace in nature's grandeur. If you've ever felt like you're missing out on life's simple pleasures—like watching a sunset—this piece is a gentle reminder to pause and soak in the beauty around you.


Taken Jan. 9th, 2022


Product Features:

  • Material: Crafted from 100% premium cotton fabric canvas, because a masterpiece like this deserves nothing less.
  • Frame: Built with a robust poplar wood frame available in walnut or black finish, ensuring your art remains as timeless as the scene it captures.
  • Quality: Exceptional image clarity and detail, making sure every hue and shade is vividly represented.
  • Note: Strictly for indoor use. Let's keep this beauty away from the elements, shall we?
  7" x 5" 18″ x 12″ 24″ x 16″ 30″ x 20″ 36″ x 24″ 48″ x 32″
Canvas width, in 7.00 18.00 24.00 30.00 36.00 48.00
Canvas height, in 5.00 12.00 16.00 20.00 24.00 32.00
Canvas depth, in 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25
Frame width, in 8.25 19.25 25.25 31.25 37.25 49.25
Frame height, in 6.25 13.25 17.25 21.25 25.25 33.25
Frame depth, in 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75


Fun Fact: Did you know that the colors of a sunset are influenced by the Earth's atmosphere? The sky appears red during a sunset because the sun's rays have to pass through more of the Earth's atmosphere, scattering the shorter blue and green wavelengths and allowing the longer red wavelengths to reach your eyes. So, in a way, each sunset is a mini science lesson!

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