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Ted Dyer Framed Open Edition Cornish Fine Art Print. 'Water Lilies and Sky Reflections, Kimberley Park Pond Garden, Falmouth'. Cornwall Art Gallery

Size: 20"x16"
Frame Style: Black Frame

This is a museum-quality framed open edition fine art print by Ted Dyer featuring his beautiful 'Water lilies and Sky Reflections, Kimberley Park Pond Garden, Falmouth' painting.

Ted Dyer's Framed Art Print of Helford in Cornwall is a stunning piece of artwork that perfectly captures the beauty of reflections, water lilies and goldfish in a Cornish park. The contemporary use of colour and the unusual composition make this a striking art print for any room.

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