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Arthur and Olive is one of my Vintage Surf range of illustrations, inspired by the World Bellyboard Championships and my family's surfing heritage in Cornwall.
A giclee fine art print high quality etching paper 310gsm, each print is signed and dated.
Packaged in cellophane with a backing board.
Artwork size15cm x 20cm
Paper size A4, 21cm x 29.7cm
Fits into a standard sized frame
Copyright Alison Bick 2014-2017 All Rights Reserved.
My Vintage Surf range of illustrations is inspired by my grandparents, and their families who grew up and lived in Perranporth in Cornwall. My grandparents (Arthur Roy and Olive Augusta) both grew up in Perranporth in Cornwall, and my grandmother's family started surfing and making wooden boards after the First World War.
I remember my great Uncle (also called Arthur) taking his wooden belly board down to the beach at Perranporth when he was well into his 70s!
The World Bellyboard Championships were organised by the National Trust, but are sadly no more. A unique event, with vintage boards, swimsuits and knitted one pieces which sagged upon contact with water.
You can read more about this story on a blog post I wrote.
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