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d'ART ID#: 172415
Length: 36.00 in (91.44 cm)
Height: 24.00 in (60.96 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
Dominant colors
Media Types
Canvas Giclee
Style & Subject
Realism Rural Traditional
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Updated 10/10/2017

Rod Chase

Rod Chase  Artwork
Blackmore Vale

Rod Chase

Limited Edition Print - $1,100.00

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Edition Type Size Price
Limited Edition Print, Canvas, Giclee 45" x 30" $1,500
Limited Edition Print, Canvas, Giclee 36" x 24" $1,300
Limited Edition Print, Canvas, Giclee 36" x 24" $1,100
Limited Edition Print, Canvas, Giclee 30" x 20" $550
Limited Edition Print, Canvas, Giclee 30" x 20" $450
Limited Edition Print, Giclee, Paper 30" x 20" $225
Limited Edition Print, Giclee, Paper 30" x 20" $195
Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered
Dimensions: 24 x 36
Release Date: 7-2009
Code: RCH025GISNU2436 - RCH025
Edition Size: 350

Keywords: chateau, England, town, cobblestone road, hill

Set in one of England's many beautiful regions, Blackmore Vale, in the county of Dorset, contains some of the most scenic landscapes in the country. The Vale is a wide, breathtaking valley primarily used for dairy agriculture dotted with small villages and farms. This amazingly detailed image by Chase features Gold Hill, which is a famous hill and street in Shaftesbury in the county. This picturesque, quaint village of steep cobbled streets is one of England's most photographed and painted scenes; the village has been featured on many book covers. St. Peter's Church, one of the few pre-18th century structures still standing in Shaftesbury, is at the top of Gold Hill. The ancient street is also adjacent to the walls of King Alfred's Abbey, another famous landmark in the area. The region's recorded history dates from Anglo-Saxon times. The annual Gold Hill Fair is a very popular event that raises money for local charities.

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Profile the mood you set is awesome, well done sir!  
Profile The angle chosen really makes the houses look small and close -- even more so than they already are. I really like the lines and layering created by the rooftops here; it's much more interesting than a straight-on angle would be, since the roofs all overlap in different ways, creating different shap...  
Profile It's an interesting view that the artist chose, where the strong diagonal is formed by rooftops--a part of the scene that viewers usually ignore. The textures of the roofing, bricks, and windows really come across. Even the light on the cobblestones and fence is perfectly rendered.  
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