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Swaledale II, Yorkshire Dales, Original Linocut Print

This is one of my favourite views in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.  


The area is known for its locally known 'cow'us' that dot the fields (these are stone cow houses rather than barns), alongside the drystone walls.


From Reeth, I cycled along to Muker and Thwaite, stopping for lunch here. From there I cycled on to Angram and Keld, then up to Tan Hill.


Hand-printed using 5 hand-carved lino blocks and oil-based inks. 

See each step-by-step how I made this print in my  Making Swaledale II - 5 colour multi-block linocut print blog.

Limited edition linocut print. This is a varied edition.

Edition of 60

Image size 160 x 160mm
Mount aperture 190 x 190mm

Mount outer 305 x 305mm

Mounted £90

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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.

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