This coffee mug design is from a painting titled ‘Late Summer Sky’ painted by Brian Carew-Hopkins
This design is one of a set of four in the Wheatbelt Range of bone china coffee mugs. They can be purchased as a set of 4, or they can be purchased individually. Discounts apply to the purchase of the full set. The others in the set are shown below in the related products section.
Details of the original artwork
Oil Paint on Stretched Canvas
This painting depicts the open farming landscape of the wheat belt of Western Australia, in the late afternoon of high summer. The yellow straw stubble of the harvested wheat crop can be seen in the foreground, becoming darker in the midground from overgrazing allowing the dark earth to show through. Trees unique to the Western Australian wheat belt are shown around the scene, and the farming land rolls into the distant horizon. A swathe of white and grey cloud stands out against a blue sky which fades to pink on the horizon.
As the artist says “The late afternoon sun renders the dark earth under an alizarin sky and the tree trunks glow red in the evening sun, as the dry summer continues. In the group of trees to the right, is one large tree, it is cramped for space and shows signs of its struggle, but that struggle has made it tall.”
Coffee mug designs are created from the artists original artworks, and applied to the coffee mugs in Perth WA. Mugs are dishwasher safe.
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