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The Lighthouse at Southwold in Suffolk (England), given a slightly impressionist feel by the addition of textures and light leaks.
The print is an 8 x 10 inch gallery quality Fine Art Print in a 10 x 12 inch Mount with back. It is printed on Permajet Oyster 271gsm Semi-Gloss paper, using a Canon Pro-10S 10-ink printer, with Archival inks that are rich in colour and will resist fading for more than 100 years. The print colours may be slightly different to what you see on-screen, due to variations in monitor settings.
PLEASE NOTE - this print is mounted but not framed (the frame in the picture is for illustration purposes only and is not included), so that I can keep shipping costs to a minimum. The mount size will fit a standard frame bought on the high street- you will need one with a 10 x 12 inch aperture.
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Thank you so much for looking at this print, and I hope you have a great day!
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This item will be posted to you by James Taylor Photo Art within 3 days of receiving payment.
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