This print is 6.25" x 14.5" (15.87cm x 36.83cm).
Very hard to photograph without reflections so I'm including a download of the image from the internet.
It's in one of those frames with 2 panes of glass for sandwiching the image.
The pictures of Canadian artist Alex Colville bear more affinity to the American Precisionists of the 1930s than to photo-realism. His perfect compositions are based on an abundance of sketches and studies, which are first brought into an abstract, geometric scheme before drawings are made from the live model and proportioned according to the planned format. Only then does the slow and patient process of painting begin. Layer upon layer of thinned paint is applied to a primed wooden panel, and the opaque surface finally sealed with transparent lacquer. The process can often take months.
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