A six colour giclee print entitled ‘Cape’ is my take on the world famous landmark just down the lane from where I live, Cape Cornwall (Cornish: Kilgoodh Ust, meaning "goose back of St Just") is a small headland in West Cornwall UK. It is four miles north of Land’s End near the town of St. Just. A cape is the point of land where two bodies of water meet. Until the first Ordnance Survey, 200 years ago, Cape Cornwall was believed to be the most westerly point in Cornwall.
On the landward side of the Cape is the remains of the medieval St. Helen’s Orotory, which replaced a 6th-century church. A font now installed in the porch of St Just church may be from this building.
Multi coloured ink on 180 gsm art paper mounted with glass and framed in a light sandy coloured wood frame.
Signed by the artist.
The image measures 31cm squared. The frame size is 44.5cm squared.
The picture will be posted in a sturdy cardboard wrapping.
It is a place of astonishing beauty which changes with the elements from dark and brooding to almost Mediterranean-like splendour. It is also the home to a couple of breeding pairs of very rare choughs, the ‘national’ bird of Cornwall.
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