Red Poppy Canvas Print

Product Information

This is a 40″ x 26.6″ (101.6cm x 67.6cm) canvas print of a bright red poppy. It was the lone red poppy in a field orange and white poppies at the Yokohama English Garden, a park in Yokohama City, Japan. I really liked the paper-like texture of the petals and how the red just popped.

Canvas print of a bright red poppy by Beverly Claire Interiors

The image is printed on premium stretched canvas with a glossy finish.

About the Canvas Print

Sample image of a gallery-wrapped print

Sample image of a gallery-wrapped print

Chromata White Glossy Canvas has a bright white tone for a vibrant result. It is made from an acid-free poly/cotton blend. The canvas is stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5″ x 1.5″ stretcher bars (gallery wrap).

This stretched canvas print has a gallery wrap, a type of wrap that is very popular nowadays. The type of gallery wrap is Continuous Mirrored Image: the outer 1.75″ edge of the image is mirrored on the wrap (stretcher bars). The clean and simple look fits perfectly in contemporary homes.

The print arrives as “ready to hang” with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks and nails.

Full Resolution Preview

You can find the full resolution preview of the print here. Just click on a part of the photo and a detailed preview will appear.

3D Visualization

Here, the canvas print hangs on a white wall. It is printed on a very large canvas, about 48″ x 32″.

A very large canvas print of the poppy, next to the iconic Egg chair.

The bright red of the poppy print is matched in hue by The Egg chair, a modern classic designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958. This chair is manufactured by Fritz Hansen, using state-of-the-art materials.

I feel that a simple stretched canvas print with no frame is the best match for the clean lines of this beautiful and comfortable curvilinear masterpiece.

Cost Breakdown

Here is the cost breakdown.

Cost breakdown of Red Poppy Canvas Print by Beverly Claire Interiors

Smaller sizes start from USD 62.00.

Please note that the total price indicated above does not include shipping cost.

Shipping Cost and Delivery

Canvas prints require 2 to 3 days to print, dry, and assemble, regardless of the selected shipping method.

All products ship from High Point, North Carolina (United States). International orders may take up to 10 days to arrive due to FedEx / UPS delivery times.

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More Options

Would you like a different configuration for this photo? It is also available as a framed print. Click here to select your preferred size, type of frame, mat, paper and finish. This photo is also available as a metal print, acrylic print, standard print, and greeting card.

Related Links

Beverly Claire at Fine Art America – my page containing artwork and photographs that can be purchased as framed prints, art prints, metal prints, canvas prints and greeting cards.

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4 Comments

  1. hanS says:

    Love the simplicity. Wish I could afford The Egg! It’s the best chair ever designed. Your pic is PERFECT for it!

    • beverlyclaire says:

      Thanks, Han, so glad you like the print! I totally agree with you on The Egg. If I won the lottery I would not hesitate at all to buy a pair of the Fritz Hansen ones 🙂

  2. slf says:

    Nice print!
    Have you sat on an egg chair yet? It looks cool but I think it might be uncomfortable to sit on because your neck has to be bent forward if the chair is as tall as it looks.

    • beverlyclaire says:

      Oh no, not uncomfortable at all! Yes, I’ve sat on an Egg chair, the real one, too (an authentic piece costs more than 4,000 USD so you don’t see them everywhere). There’s a pair on the first floor lounge of the National Art Center in Tokyo. They’re quite popular among visitors! Nori and I really loved sitting on them. I’m tellin’ ya, they’re the most comfortable chairs we had ever sat on, EVER! We’ve shared pics before, check out Google Plus 🙂 If we had the money and the space we’d buy two of these masterpieces.

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