Always a sensitive soul, Matthew was prominent among Philip’s friends for well over a decade. Here he is seen accompanying him on one of his regular patrols of the shoreline by the West Pier, and conveniently completing the composition. However, having acquired his first passport, for which Philip had authenticated his identity, he promptly disappeared, leaving only a wooden chest, in which Philip now keeps his oil paints as proof that he ever existed at all. Apart from the picture, of course.
Acrylic on canvas: 711 x 1068 mm (28 x 42 ins)
Giclée Reproduction Framing Options
When skilfully mounted, signed by the artist and framed, giclée reproductions become lasting souvenirs and make wonderful presents for family and friends. For Philip's recommendations on framing please see right.
Ready for stretching, giclée reproductions on canvas are signed by the artist and look like original paintings, even to Philip, when mounted and framed.
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Signed by the artist in paint on the image.
Titled on label at back. Please see details to the right.
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Whatever Happened To Matthew?
Paper size: 177 x 238 mm (7 x 9 3/8 ins)
Image size: 132 x 198 mm (5 3/16 x 7 3/4 ins)