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Brimham Blue – original linoprint

£135.00

Harrogate

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Brimham Blue

Original lino print

Image size: 495mm x 495mm

This piece is an original monochrome one-layer lino print, printed by hand on heavyweight 300gsm Snowdon 1000mm x 700mm paper using a large-scale Victorian Alexandra printing press. It is, effectively, the middle layer of a series of three-layer works printed from a single reduction lino block, in this case in blue. It is sold unframed and unmounted, signed by the artist in pencil with edition number and title at the foot of the print.

This print depicts the amazing Idol Rock, one of the weird and wonderfully shaped Brimham Rocks, set in dramatic moorland just outside Harrogate in North Yorkshire. Brimham Rocks is composed of Millstone Grit sandstone, sculpted by the weather over millions of years. Idol Rock is perhaps the most easily recognisable of all the giant formations of Brimham Rocks, as its huge bulk weighing thousands of tons rests preposterously on a comparatively tiny pyramid of rock at its base.

This print forms part of a series, with Brimham Sunset, Brimham Dawn and Brimham Autumn, which are printed from the same reduction linoblock in different colour ways, and as such are intriguing companion pieces to this print.

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Delivered by Royal Mail parcel second class post in a 20cm diameter cardboard roll for larger prints (smaller diameter cardboard rolls for smaller prints) packed in archival quality tissue paper. If special arrangements are required for receipt, please make them known when ordering. Otherwise, cost of postage and packing for UK deliveries is included in price shown. Please enquire for cost of postage and packing outside UK, which may increase price shown. Estimated delivery within approximately 10 days, subject to Royal Mail or other courier, and holidays. The seller accepts no responsibility for damage to the package or the print after it has been consigned to the post. Sometimes, deliveries can be made by hand by the artist, but these are not made regularly as they depend on sufficient orders being placed in the same area and it is likely they will take longer to arrive than postal consignment. However, if you would prefer hand delivery and don't mind waiting, please enquire. Following delivery, careful removal from the roll and packaging is recommended, after which the print should be left to unroll of its own accord on a large flat surface at room temperature and within normal domestic relative humidity parameters. This may take a day or two. Flattening with weights is not recommended, as it could damage the print, leading to creasing, warping or discolouration. As all prints are individually made, colours or details may differ from photograph.

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