Linocut of James Douglass's experimental lighthouse at Trinity Buoy Wharf, Blackwall, London Docklands. Oil based ink, single block linocut on white 145 gm Zerkall paper. Image 20 x 30 cms, paper 26.5 x 38 cms. Unmounted.
We had a family wedding there on New Year's Eve 2017 - our Devon lad married a London girl. The invitation bore this print. James Douglass, of Bow Creek, designed and built lighthouses off the Devon and Cornwall coast as well as this one at Blackwall, and in 1854 married a Cornish maid, Mary Tregarthen from Scilly.
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