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Robin Hood's Bay is a fishing village on the Yorkshire Coast. 


The village is the end of Wainwright's infamous Coast to Coast walk. The 188-mile walk from St Bees crosses the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. The inspiration for this print came from a photograph taken at the cliff top before you walk down into Robin Hood's Bay.  See my St Bees linocut print in my online shop. 




How it’s made

This is a 4-colour multi-block print which is hand-printed using oil-based inks.


Limited edition unframed linocut print.

Edition of 60

This is an original linocut print (not a digitally reproduced print).

Image size 160 x 160mm
Mount outer 305 x 305mm


Each print is individually hand-printed on acid-free paper, using oil-based inks. 

All prints come unframed in an acid-free mount, wrapped in cellophane. The framed print is for illustration purposes only.


Linocut printing is a handmade process with variations in colour and detail. This adds to their individuality by making each print unique.


What size frame do I need for your prints?

See my Printmaking FAQ page for a guide to frame sizes for my linocut prints. 


Please note that the copyright of this artwork is retained by the artist.

Robin Hood's Bay II, Yorkshire Coast, original linocut print

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