Buttermere, Lake District, original linocut print
Buttermere, Lake District, original linocut print

Buttermere, Lake District, original linocut print

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Buttermere, Lake District, linocut print framed
Buttermere, Lake District, linocut print framed

Buttermere, Lake District, linocut print framed

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Buttermere-Lake-District-llino-block-3-01
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Buttermere, 6 hand carved lino blocks for each colour
Buttermere, 6 hand carved lino blocks for each colour

Buttermere, 6 hand carved lino blocks for each colour

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Buttermere, mixing inks for test prints
Buttermere, mixing inks for test prints

Buttermere, mixing inks for test prints

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Buttermere, Lake District, printing mid green
Buttermere, Lake District, printing mid green

Buttermere, Lake District, printing mid green

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Buttermere, blue oil-based ink for Buttermere Lake
Buttermere, blue oil-based ink for Buttermere Lake

Buttermere, blue oil-based ink for Buttermere Lake

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Buttermere-Lake-District-test-printing-inks-4
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'Buttermere',
Lake District –
Original Linocut Print

The inspiration for this print came from two Lake District walks. The first walk was from Buttermere up to Haystack, Alfred Wainwright’s favourite fell. At the summit of Haystacks I was greeted with views  over Buttermere and Crummock Water and mountain tops all around.

The second was a camping trip to the Newland Valley near Keswick. On a bright sunny day I set off early for a walk around Buttermere lakeshore path. 

 

Read more in my ‘Inspiration in Buttermere, climbing Haystacks’ blog.

A 6-colour multi-block print which is hand-printed using oil-based inks.

Limited edition linocut print.

Edition of 60

Image size 160 x 160mm

Mount aperture 190 x 190mm

Mount outer 305 x 305mm

Mounted £90

Unframed prints 

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Framed prints

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Please note that due to the nature of linocut printing being a handmade process, variation will occur.
This adds to their individuality by making each print unique.