A Stark Season
A sturdy stone farmhouse is the backdrop for this winter scene, as two horses feed on a snow-covered field in "Winter's Duration" by artist Peter Sculthorpe. Sculthorpe's art captures the landscape of the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania. His paintings are instantly recognizable for the intricate use of color on stone barns and hazy skies.
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I'm delighted with this print.
By Angie the designer
from Metamora, MI
Comments about Plowhearth 'Winter's Duration' Framed Print by Peter Sculthorpe:
the matting looks great with the print, and the black frame enhances the look of the print also. Would buy it again in a heartbeat, and will probably by the other prints by the same artist. It's hung in my living room so I enjoy it everyday.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Misleading photo, inaccurate description
By P&H Shopper
Beautiful print, but the frame and mat are completely different than pictured. The mat is a shade of blue, more like the "Four Horses" print that Plow and Hearth sells by the same artist. The inlay of the mat (thinnest part of the double mat) is black. The frame is black, not dark brown as listed. The style is also different than pictured. Instead the frame is similar to the "Morning Fog" print by Helen Rundell that is also on this site. It feels like plastic, but is pretty when hanging. So the only thing that is pictured the same on here is the print. I love the print and the mat colors do add some richness overall. But the blue doesn't match my living room, so I am up in the air right now on whether or not to keep it. I was going to order another print from Plow and Hearth, but am hesitant to after this purchase.I recommend this product if you are looking for a bluish mat and black frame. If you like it just as it looks here, than I would not recommend it.