An original reduction linocut printed from a single block in 9 layers.
The image size measures 296mm x 209mm
One of an edition of 9 prints.
Printed on 100lbs acid free cartridge paper using water based block printing inks.
Prints will be posted flat in a cellophane sleeve with protective packaging.
This is a print of the ruined farm at Sunny Bank in Crimsworth Dean above Hebden Bridge in the Calder Valley in the West Riding of Yorkshire. The title is taken from a verse written by Emily Bronte. Which given the late autumnn setting of the print and the location being only a few miles as the crow flies from Haworth seemed quite appropriate.
"I watched my time, and summer passed,
And Autumn waning fleeted by,
and doleful winter nights at last
In cloudy mourning clothed the sky."
This item will be posted to you by Stuart Brocklehurst - Printmaker within 3 days of receiving payment.
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