High Summer, Great Ouse, Hemingford Grey, Nr Huntingdon, Cambs. Limited Edition Print
This slow flowing small river is an ox-bow, meandering through the ancient Houghton Meadows, a habitat for otters, many species of insects including the distinctive hairy dragonfly, and insect catching birds particularly terns and kingfishers. Even on summer days, it is a place of peace and interest. I have seen seals that have swum up from the Wash here also. A one-off Edition of 75 . Each professionally produced art print is signed, titled and numbered by me. Printed from original (sold) watercolour on printers paper 300gsm, with a subtle hammer emboss and manufactured as certified carbon neutral. Image size is 16.5 '' x 12.5''
Sold without mount and packaged rolled in a strong cardboard tube.
For additional £7 an acid free vanilla mount included.
Total size 22'' x 18''Backed with artists grey board and cellophane wrapped. Carefully packaged and dispatched within 12 hours of notice of sale
W 42.00 cm x H 31.80 cm
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About the Artist
Apart from an 'A' level in Art, Elizabeth is self-taught. She has painted throughout her life on a daily basis and it is a source of joy and constant exploration for her. The passion she feels for her work is expressed in her diverse subject matter and use of vibrant colours. Growing up in a sm...