Sa Caleta, Ibiza – Signed giclée print. Exclusive watercolor illustration.

Signed giclée print with an illustration of Sa Caleta beach in Ibiza. Drawing made with ink and watercolors on paper.

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Sobre la obra original: Creado en 2018 Tinta y acuarela sobre papel

Signed giclée print with an illustration of Sa Caleta beach in Ibiza. Drawing made with ink and watercolors on paper.

ABOUT SA CALETA
a Caleta is a small pebble beach, very quiet, surrounded by fishing huts. On Sundays people from the island meet there to enjoy a quiet day by the sea in a familiar atmosphere, where everybody knows each other. It is next to a little peninsula where the Phoenician settlement Sa Caleta –VIII b.C.-, now a World Heritage site. Read more about Sa Caleta at Ibiza 5 sentidos.

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All prints are made, signed and shipped individually by hand from my studio located in Oliva (Valencia).

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Giclée fine art.

Hahnemühle paper is especially suitable for art reproductions. Matt natural white color - 350gr. 100% cotton.

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From Valencia, Spain.

Worldwide shipping from Valencia (Spain).
Made in Valencia by Marroiak Studio.
Hahnemühle paper made in Germany | Epson inks made in Indonesia

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Description: Ibiza decorative print with a watercolor of Sa Caleta beach in Eivissa. Island drawings for framing available to buy online and frame with Ikea pictures. Urban Sketchers style travel illustration of the Iberian Peninsula. Decoration of boho, rustic, beach, luxury and modern houses. In the image appears a mountain, the typical fishermen's huts of Ibiza but also the Mediterranean Sea and different trees and bushes. The drawing is made in a style reminiscent of Japanese prints (Ukiyo-e) and has been made with pen, ink, watercolors and pencil on horse 109 paper.