Autumn, Sproat Lake is a captivating 12"x16" oil painting on board by Rod Charlesworth. This artwork beautifully depicts autumn's beautiful colours and tranquillity at Sproat Lake, a stunning lake on central Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. Known as Kleecoot, meaning "wide open" by the local indigenous people, Sproat Lake features a distinctive cross-shaped formation with four arms and boasts an impressive length of over 25 kilometres and 90.8 kilometres of shoreline. The artist's skillful brushwork and oil paints bring this location's autumnal beauty to life, capturing its serene atmosphere and natural splendour. The size of the painting allows for intricate details and a rich visual experience.
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Medium: Oil on board
Frame: Frame included in the value
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