Made in Britain
Limited edition silk screen print of Palladian Bridge, Bath.
Hand produced silkscreen print of the Palladian Bridge, Bath. Limited edition, 50 produced. This pretty C18th bridge was designed by John Wood & sits in the beautiful gardens of Prior Park College in Bath.
I'm passionate about architecture. My 'Iconic Buildings' screen prints feature great structures from around the world. I always choose buildings I admire, and luckily have an endless supply. Please take a look at the complete range.
They look wonderful in a set (see photo of a selection grouped together) - choose buildings that mean something to you or your friends, or just select the colours you love.
I don't offer a colour variation for each building - I print the whole run in the same two colours. However please look at the complete collection - you may find a colour choice you love in a different building.
Each print is signed & numbered by the artist, this is written in pencil at the bottom of the image. If you would like a short personal message to be written here by the artist this can be carried out at no extra charge.
Postage is free for this item. The print is laid on a piece of mount board & then wrapped in cellophane. It is posted in a large hard backed envelope.
I also offer free gift wrapping, so you can send direct to friends. The print will be wrapped in retro brown paper & tied with brown string. Please send me your gift message, which will be beautifully written on matching brown paper luggage label, secured to the present with a round 'Big House Devon' sticker.
The image is carefully hand drawn (never from photo shop!) and then exposed onto a silk screen before each colour is individually hand printed in the studio.
Colours are: background = turquoisey blue, drawing = purple. Printed onto bright white, extra thick specialists printing paper. The framed image is the truest colour match.
print is sold unframed and unmounted.
Paper measures roughly 25 x 35 cm. This is handcut, so the sizing does vary slightly.
The image, roughtly in the centre of the paper, measures 15 x 17 cm.