ABOUT THE PIECE:
Charles Dickens in 1851 described Broadstairs, Kent as "Our English Watering-Place". He loved it so much he lived in a beautiful castle-like property atop the cliff, "Bleak House". Queen Victoria stayed there, Dickens penned many notable works from his study overlooking Viking Bay, and a warren of smugglers' caves weave beneath the mansion. Tjili's grandparents live on the cliff top at the opposite end of the sandy bay, and our whole family agrees that Broadstairs is a fabulous watering-place.
Broadstairs; Our English Watering-Place
THE ORIGINAL (2017)
An original watercolour painting by TJILI, created using graphite pencil and fine watercolour pastels on art paper. The painting is signed by TJILI and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity to certify that the artwork you purchase is indeed unique and original, one of a kind. The certificate describes the artwork, title, date, medium, size and a unique catalogue number along with TJILI's original signature.
An open edition run of prints based on the original watercolour painting by TJILI. These quality prints use Hahnemühle Bamboo, a natural white, warm-toned fine art paper made from bamboo fibres. The high-end inkjet coating guarantees accurate colour reproduction and high-contrast, resulting in genuine highly-detailed fine art prints. TJILI’s Bamboo Print range stands for spirituality, naturalness and environmental friendliness.