The Lizard Peninsula is the most southerly point of England. It's gorse and samphire-clad cliffs are high and rugged. It's an area of outstanding beauty. The old lifeboat house is reached via a steepish path (assuming you can get past the clifftop cafe's siren call!) and sits overlooking the tiny cove. It's unused now, testament to more modern ways, but it saw heroics in it's time. I like to think the old sailor in the print, remembers.
Engraved onto a pearwood block using traditional engraving tools and printed on a vintage Farley cylinder proofing press.
Numbered in an edition of 60 and signed by the artist. The print you receive will be the same high quality as the one shown here.
Paper: Sunome Senaka
Ink: Lawrences carbon black
Image size: 17.00cm high x 13.5 cm approx wide.
Supplied unmounted and unframed.
The print will be carefully packed for posting.
Dizzyingly high cliffs, wonky old buildings and the smell of the sea.
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