Autumn In Bruges

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Specification

Dimensions 26 × 38 in
Medium

Limited Edition

Print that is signed and numbered by the artist.

Enhanced Artist Proof

Print that is signed, numbered and hand embellished by the artist.

Shipping and Framing

This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.

“A fairy-tale-like profile of the rooftops of Bruges, its canals and lights make it hard to believe that you are in a real city populated by real people who, like everyone else in this world, have to get up and go to work every morning. I have a lot of respect for these people who preserved the unique character of their city, their home, for so many centuries.” – Alexander Volkov

The Sierras embrace the perimeter of Lake Tahoe, making the place a breathtaking beauty. It is the home of the Marcus Ashley Gallery that is located in Heavenly Village. This gallery has work from some of the greatest artists of our time such as Michelangelo and Dr. Suess along with Alexander Volkov art on display.

Volkov draws inspiration from his many travels that allow him to mold his craft. Autumn in Bruges depicts a typical scene in the “Venice of Belgium” town. The artist captures the medieval magic of Bruges through the intimate architecture and cobbled streets. Two lone bicycles sit on one end of the street, awaiting their passengers’ return.

The atmosphere is dreamy, beautiful, and a delight to witness through the eyes of the artist. This piece unearths feelings and thoughts of self-exploration and adventure. That kind of longing is what Volkov wants to extract from viewers who can connect with his work on a deeper level.

The artist’s work has graced the walls of luxury stays around the world. It’s also the perfect piece to take home for a pleasant memory of one’s time at Lake Tahoe. Autumn in Bruges can be bought directly from the Marcus Ashley Gallery.