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Thomas McGrath Tuscany


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Winding road through a poppy field at sunset


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This painting captures the very essence of Italy’s most beautiful province. The rolling hills of Tuscany, covered in red poppy fields are at the cornerstone of the art print. The winding road fades at the top of a green hill, while the last rays of sun flood the distant horizon. Thomas McGrath uses only warm and pastel colors to celebrate the beauty of Tuscany at sunset. This painting of the Tuscan landscape would make a fine choice for decorating living rooms or dining room. Such paintings are frequently displayed in family restaurants in Italy, as they highlight the charm of the countryside. A dark wooden frame would have a two pronged effect, on one hand highlighting the warm colors, on the other matching the existing decor.

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