The sunset sky penetrates the space with warm rays. Clouds are seeing off today’s sun and preparing for a change of shape. Only the sea remains unchanged. The sea wave is worried agitated and fills the air with salty spray. This painting will bring coziness to your home and will be a great decor in the bedroom or decor in the living room.

• Additional borders of the canvas are painted so it can be hung with or without a frame as preferred.

• This original artwork is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

• I use all professional packing materials to make sure your artwork gets to you safely wherever in the world you may live.

• In this painting, I used the traditional multi-layer painting technique.

• All seascapes are hand-painted by me, Anna Kulak, using professional high light fastness oil paints and high quality stretched canvases, so you will have your original oil painting for life.

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