George Harrison wrote the song in Eric Clapton's garden using one of Clapton's acoustic guitars. When the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein died in 1967, the band had to handle more of their accounting and business affairs, which Harrison hated. He wrote this after attending a round of business meetings. This song was inspired by the long winters in England which Harrison thought went on forever.
2-Panel Abstract Landscape depicting the ocean, sky and sun with brilliant white sunrays. Bring some sunshine into your home or office.
Size: 60" x 20" (x2) 150cm x 50cm (x2). Sold as a pair for $160.
Hand painted and signed by an individual painter from the OLIVIA'S LOFT collective of artists. We get our inspiration from the beauty and colours found in nature, intermingled with the external and internal forces that shape our thoughts and feelings.
Our art is an attempt to capture on canvas a fleeting moment in an ever changing world.
With love; from our studio to your home or workplace.
2-Panel Gallery style stretched canvas on a solid wood bar frame
Triple screw hanging hooks attached. Ready to hang onto wall nails.
Please check the size measurements to ensure that this painting is an appropriate fit for the designated space.
For technical reasons the colour hues that you see on your computer monitor are not a one hundred percent replication of the color hues of this artwork. There may even be some colour variation from one monitor to another. Please allow for minor colour differences.
Each of our art is individually hand painted. Therefore, there may be some minor variation in the minute details of the artwork that is painted for you, compared to the one shown in the photograph here. Please allow for these minor variations.