Refreshing sea-spray, tranquil sailboats and cloud-swept skies are cast in the saffron glow of Kern Erickson’s “San Francisco.” For more than 30 years, Erickson has created nostalgic travel posters inspired by vintage photos, brochures and other graphics. Painting icons such as New York’s skyline and the Eiffel Tower, Erickson researches his subjects carefully leading to paintings which are remarkably accurate. Tin Sign images are reproduced on metal, ready to hang. Item #995008
Cao Yong, 1962 | Romantic cityscapes painter
Cao Yong 曹勇 is a Chinese artist whose work depicts Tibet. He spent a year alone in the mountains of Tibet, and the paintings he produced were exhibited in Beijing in early 1989. He was subsequently arrested by the Chinese Authorities with the Beijing Police burning seven of the paintings.
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Golden Gate Bridge print depicts San Franciscos famous landmark, set against bright blue water and colorful sky. Made from my original acrylic on canvas painting by Anastasia Mak. All print sizes are standard, and fit into the store-bought frames. ***********************************************
Anderson Design Group
Did you know that San Francisco is built on more than 50 hills? And each one has its own name, like Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, Russian Hill, Twin Peaks, Tank Hill, Golden Mine Hill, and Excelsior Heights. This is America’s hilliest city, and that point becomes apparent within just a day of exploring San Francisco. To celebrate the hilliness of this truly unique town, Anderson Design Group handcrafted a vintage travel poster of the hills and the neighborhoods that rest upon them. You can show…
9M: Alexander Chen -Moon Over Lombard Street, Mixed Med - Jan 26, 2012 | Dougherty Fine Arts & Auction LLC in CO
Alexander Chen "Moon Over Lombard Street" Hand Signed and Numbered Mixed Media on Paper. Edition Size: AP 50. Size: 1... on Jan 26, 2012
No.1 - Golden Gate Bridge - Illustration by Jonathan Chapman
No. 1 of my 2018 world series challenge is the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. Acrylic and ink illustration by artist Jonathan Chapman. Follow along as Jonathan posts a new painting of an iconic travel location each week.