A series of Yorkshire Coast original linocut prints. Each print has been inspired by day trips to the fishing villages along the Yorkshire Coast and walks along the Cleveland Way. This linocut print is inspired by a view of fishing boats and The Bay Hotel in Robin Hoods Bay. The pub marks the end of Alfred Wainwright's 192-mile Coast-to-Coast Walk from St. Bees in Cumbria.
How it’s made
This is a one-colour linocut print which is hand-printed using oil-based inks.
One limited edition linocut print
Hand-printed onto 200gms soft white acid-free paper.
Image size: 70mm x 120mm approx
Paper size: 130mm x 180mm (5x7”)
This is a signed and numbered print from a limited edition of 100.
All prints come unframed with a protective card backing and wrapped in cellophane.
Can be framed as a triptych in a 5x7” multi-aperture photo frame with other Yorkshire Coast linocut prints in the series. Framed and mounted prints are for illustration purposes only.
Also available in indigo blue.
Each print has been printed by hand. Due to their handmade nature, each one varies slightly 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.
This is not a digitally reproduced art print.
Made in the UK. Please note that the artist retains the copyright of this artwork.
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SKU: 5x7 YC-B terr
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