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At The End Of The Porch
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Artist John Sharman painted “At the End of the Porch” in 1918. The image depicts a young woman in a blue dress doing needlepoint, or maybe sewing, in front of a large window on the porch. She’s seated in a brown wicker chair and there’s some other wicker furniture on the porch as well. Outside the window appears to be a sunny day, with trees and shrubs surrounding the porch. One bush outside the porch is covered in delicate white flowers. The artist is from Massachusetts and this image is thought to have represented a spring day in the Northeast. Originally painted on canvas with oils, this image has a very traditional feel and is the most well-known work by Sharman. It has a timeless nature which makes it a versatile piece for decorating homes with many décor styles including country and Victorian. With a gold or silver frame, this piece works in the bedroom, living room or game room.

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John Sharman At The End Of The Porch

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Young woman needle pointing on a veranda

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Art Prints
All of our prints are produced on a quality paper and either supplied by one of the world’s leading art publishers or printed in our own in-house facilities. Most prints are on a thick (120 pound or higher) stock of paper and printed using a lithographic or serigraphic printing process.
Laminated Art Prints
Laminating your print or poster is an inexpensive and easy way to protect it from fading, dirt and finger prints. Both sides of the poster are laminated for maximum protection.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art
With the gallery wrap method, the image wraps around the edge, and continues back toward the wall. The art wraps around the sides of the canvas creating a gallery style look. This canvas treatment is ideal for seamless designs, abstract images, or imagery that has a central focus.
Museum Wrapped Canvas Art
With the museum wrap method, the image goes to the edge of the surface with plain white canvas exposed on the sides. This shows well with any image and can be hung on your wall with the sides left white, or the sides can be painted with one of our 18 custom colors to match or complement the colors of the piece.
Framed Canvas
Framing a canvas is the best of both worlds. You can still see the texture of the canvas as well as embellishing the sides with your choice of high quality frames. The canvas itself gets a museum wrapped treatment in order to allow for the widest assortment of frames. A framed canvas' finished thickness is dependent on the depth of the frame that you choose.
Canvas Brushstrokes
Brushstrokes can be applied to your canvas using a clear acrylic gel that adds additional texture to the canvas, helping to recreate the feel of the original painting. For most canvas pieces, regular brushstrokes will look most natural and true to the original, but heavy brushstrokes are also available to add more texture if desired.
Framed Art
All of our framing is done in-house by expert craftsman. We use quality moldings from the industry’s leading suppliers and custom frame each piece when your order is placed.
Mats for Custom Framing
We offer a wide selection of vibrant colors for our pH neutral mats and allow you to choose from various mat widths, depending on the size of your print. The option to choose one, two or three mats for your print allows you to further customize the look of your finished piece.
Glazing Options
To finished your framed piece, we offer both glass and plexi-glass options, depending on the size of your print. Our standard options in both glass and plexi-glass are our most budget friendly way to protect your prints. We also offer non-glare options to greatly reduce reflection and glare from lights and for 99% UV protection and amazing clarity, choose our Museum Glass option.
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