Great Slave Overlook is a 12"x16" oil on board painting by Rod Charlesworth. This exquisite artwork captures the awe-inspiring vistas near the majestic Great Slave Lake, which is the second-largest lake entirely within Canadian borders, the fifth largest in North America and the tenth-largest in the world. Its forests, rivers, and serene waters create a captivating backdrop for this painting. Charlesworth's skillful brushwork and use of oil paints bring depth, richness, and a sense of texture to the scene, transporting the viewer into the serene ambiance of the Great Slave Overlook. The 12" x 16" size of the painting allows for an intimate and detailed depiction of the landscape, making it a perfect addition to any art collection.
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Dimensions and Details
Medium: Oil on-board
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