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Accentuate your home's decor with The Accolade framed canvas collection by Edmund Blair Leighton.
A Pre-Raphaelite painter from London, Leighton's passions were Medieval scenes, romantic moments between lovers, and selections from historical events. The son of a painter, many of his paintings depict a story or associates itself with a significant tale or legend. Leighton had a particular attention to the story element within each work he created. Exquisite detail flushes out his compositions making the painting feel alive.
Painted in 1900, 'Godspeed' is sometimes referred to 'As A Lady's Favour'. It's current location is unknown. 'The Accolade' was painted in 1901 and now hangs in a private collection.
Both selections include a sculpted frame with gentle engravings designed to emphasize the art. The frames also include a wooden liner with a subtle fillet. The frame color is black with a rich antique gold as an accent.
Our canvas fine art replicas surpass most reproductions available in the market today. Each canvas is recreated in amazing detail so that even the subtlest brushstroke becomes vibrant. Artist-grade canvas is hand-stretched over wooden stretcher bars by skilled artisans and hand-coated with protectants to insure archival properties.
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Leighton The Accolade Framed Canvas Collection