by Kaye Maahs


30" (76.5cm) x 40" (101.5cm)



30″ (76.5cm) x 40″ (101.5cm)  (unframed canvas)

With a masterful use of light, shade and colour and those bold brush strokes that we have become so familiar with, the wonderful Kaye Maahs has produced another stunning painting. This oil on canvas really makes for a WOW impact, with the sea’s waves, crashing impressively in the foreground. Both the dark swell of the stormy ocean and the brooding skies in the background, find you transported to that very cliff edge, with the whoosh of salty wind in your face.

Kaye is an internationally selling, award winning artist, fast ascertaining her space in the fine art world  – and whose work is highly collectable.

Original art – Contemporary Fine Art – International Artist – Corporate and Domestic Collections – Kaye Maahs – Kilbaha Gallery

Your Shipping Choices Explained

We generally use the postal service here in Ireland, called An Post. It is very reliable and we take the utmost care in packing all our pieces professionally to ensure that have the very best chance of arriving safely in their destination. This option would be at your own risk.
We can also offer you our own cargo insurance at a reasonable price – weight and piece dependent. Please enquire with us for this option. (This will also be packed by us and carried by An Post as above)
Taking into account the delicate nature and cost of your purchase, if you would prefer it travel in a specialized and insured Art Box with an outside Art Handler, then this can be arranged. For paintings up to and including the size 120cm x 100 cm – prices with an insured professional courier, range from €75 – all the way up to €475 (size and location dependent) NOTE: This option will take considerably longer as we will have to outsource it and get quotes for you before we proceed.
For paintings or items falling outside of those largest dimensions then a further discussion is required – as it may need to have a bespoke crate to be built for it and a further cost will apply.
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