179003 Derwent Jetty

Derwent Jetty

in Oil by David Barber 4 Artist Reviews
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This signed print is one of a limited edition of 100 prints made from my original oil painting. Derwent water is one of the most popular lakes in the English Lake District. From the town of Keswick it's a short walk to the lake shore where you can either catch a ferry across the lake or walk around the path that borders it. The walk takes you through the marshlands of Buttermere and past the famous Catbells mountain. I painted this after a walking holiday in the area. This print is made on the highest quality Hahnemuhle photo rag smooth paper, mounted with a 10mm border all around using Arqadia Glacier and Art Bak backing board. The print is signed by me with and includes the edition number.
W 14.90" x H 14.90"
W 37.85 cm x H 37.85 cm
Hahnemuhle photo rag smooth paper
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About the Artist

A large proportion of David's early working life was spent in the magnificent landscapes of the Cumbrian and Peak national parks. From these early days he developed a real love for the peace and beauty of these places. David's paintings are produced in response to frequent walks through these wil...

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