This abandoned boat is a testimony to Norfolk Island’s rich nautical history. Long boats are synonymous with the island’s development as a settlement. Ships cannot get close enough to the island to unload onto the docks, so long boats are used to land cargo. To this day, all freight arriving by sea is carried on long boats from ship to wharf, then winched up onto the docks. Even large items like cars and trucks are brought ashore balanced on long boats . The sheltered bay in the background here is named Slaughter Bay, which is not as ominous as it sounds. The word slaughter came from an old English word meaning “slow-moving water”. The bay is protected from the raging seas by a coral reef. It was on this reef that the HMS Sirius, flagship of the First Fleet, was wrecked in 1790.
Long Boat, Kingston, Norfolk Is
$2,100.00 – $4,500.00
Catalogue Number: NP1225725-28
Edition: 300 Only
Image Ratio: 1 : 1
Long Boat, Kingston, Norfolk Is
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Attention to detail and quality of workmanship is what makes a Ken Duncan Artwork truly special. Your Ken Duncan Print will be created using the finest archival materials and processes to ensure the integrity of your artwork for generations to come. It will be printed on Hahnemuhle 100% Cotton Rag using Epson Ultrachrome inks for maximum stability, then digitally signed and numbered. (If you order a 40” size or larger, your print will be hand-signed by Ken.) Your Artwork will then be sprayed 3 times with Hahnemuhle UV matt varnish to maintain the surface integrity and protect against fading.
How is your Artwork Framed?
Your Ken Duncan Print will be expertly framed with your choice of sustainable timber frame. Then it will be finished with lightweight, optically clear, museum grade acrylic which offers 95% protection against UV rays. It will undergo one final inspection, before being securely packed for shipping. If your print is not being framed, it will be carefully rolled with cotton interleave and placed into a cylinder for delivery.
How do your care for your Artwork?
You should gently dust the frame and the acrylic face of your print on a regular basis (we suggest weekly) with a clean microfiber cleaning cloth. Avoid using glass cleaners or other liquids. If there are any marks on the outside surface of the acrylic, just dampen one corner of the microfiber cloth slightly and rub very gently until the mark disappears. We recommend the use of a Ken Duncan cleaning cloth which will keep all your glass and acrylic surfaces dust and static free.
How will you hang your Artwork?
So you get the most out of all your artworks, we recommend you install hanging track in your home. This is the most convenient and reliable hanging solution for all your artworks and allows you the flexibility of moving artworks around to different spots in your home. And the hanging solution we recommend is the Artiteq System.
Each Ken Duncan Artwork is fitted with two D-rings on the back of the frame. With the easy to install Artiteq system, you won’t ever have to worry about drilling horrible holes in your wall or trying to get your artworks level. You can read more about the Artiteq System right here.
How will you light your Artwork?
While a Ken Duncan Print will look spectacular in any setting, we do recommend you invest in a lighting solution so you can see it at its absolute best. Our friends at 3S Lighting have worked with us to provide a fabulous domestic lighting system that is light and affordable and will allow your artwork to really shine.
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After printing and framing, your Ken Duncan Artwork will undergo a final quality assurance inspection. Then it will be expertly packaged to suit the freight method you have chosen. Your Artwork will be delivered right to your door and will be fully insured along the way. In the unlikely event of damage in transit, we will have the damaged print collected from you and replaced with a perfect one – at no additional charge to you.
The price of your Artwork includes delivery within Australia or delivery overseas for unframed prints. If you require a framed print to be delivered overseas, there will be an additional charge for freight. If you would prefer to have your print delivered unframed, we will include detailed instructions for your framer.
If you order 18”, 24” or 30” size prints, they will generally be despatched within 14 days after you place your order. If there is going to be delay, we will contact you. If you order a 40” size or larger, despatch of your artwork will usually take up to 4 weeks from the time you place your order. Sometimes additional delays can occur as we work around Ken’s travel schedule. If you place your order online, a Gallery consultant will contact you to confirm your order and advise the anticipated delivery date.
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