Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
May 26, 2017   4:28 pm NL Time

Ferryland

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Ferryland

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Status of Original Painting – Private Collection

Size: 10.5 x 14.5 inches

Medium: Watercolour on 300 lb d’Arches

Description:
Ferryland is a fishing community located on the southern shore of the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland. It is currently the site of an archeological dig that is unearthing the ruins of the Colony of Avalon. The Colony of Avalon was one of the earliest English settlements in North America, established in 1621 by George Calvert, later the first Lord Baltimore. The colony stood until 1696 when it was raided and destroyed in a conflict with the French. This view is taken looking away for the archeological site and toward the town. The houses are seen clustered on the hillside, facing the ocean.’

Reproductions of this painting have been made in the following formats:

Limited Edition Print

All prices are in Canadian dollars

Size: 10.5 x 14.5 inches

Signed Limited Quantity: 290
Signed Limited Price: $90

Signed Artist’s Proofs Quantity: 29
Signed Artist’s Proofs Price: $120

Signed Remarques Quantity: 29
Signed Remarques Price: $150

Publisher’s Proofs Quantity: 10

Additional Information:
This limited edition print is entitled “Avalon Outport” but the original painting that it was taken from was entitled “Ferryland,” as shown in the “portfolio of originals” section of the website.