Robin Hoods Bay Print
With a history of fishing heritage that goes back to the Norman days, the North York Moors village of Robin Hood’s Bay is a popular seaside escape and a quiet fishing village beloved by residents all at once. The bay is also well known for its rich concentration of beach fossils and picturesque homes built in the 1700s.
This print showcases some of these homes, which stand above the bay and are ringed by wildflowers and grassland.
The original artwork has been giclee printed, retaining the colour and quality of the original piece. It is printed on white matt archival paper (230g) and uses Epson pigment inks. Available flat, mounted and cellophane wrapped ready to be framed. Worldwide delivery available with the print posted safely rolled in a tube.
Image size 36cm x 36cm.
Mount size 51cm x 51cm.
Edition of 150 prints.