Situated at Handfast Point on the Isle of Purbeck, Old Harry Rocks marks the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast, the UK’s only natural UNESCO World heritage site.
It consists of three chalk formations, including a stack and a stump and is possible named after a notorious Poole pirate called Harry Paye, who, as legend has it, hid his ship behind the rocks to await passing merchants to raid.
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From an original digital illustration by Kevin Williamson
A3 - 420mm x 297mm - Printed on 250gsm silk paper. Supplied unmounted and delivered flat.
A2 - 594mm x 420mm - Printed on 250gsm silk paper. Supplied unmounted and delivered in a 100mm diameter rigid card tube.
All prints have been left with a wide white border all round so can be framed with or without a mount. Please avoid hanging the poster in direct sunlight to avoid colours fading. Frame not included.
A1 - 840 x 594mm | 23.4 x 33.1 in
Printed on a Natural Soft Textured 315gsm Bright White 100% cotton Fine Art paper with a very gentle texture using 12 colour pigment archival inks for genuine archival longevity.
These prints are a open edition and will be hand signed by the artist.
Supplied unmounted and rolled in a 100mm diameter rigid cardboard tube. All prints have been left with a wide white area all round so can be framed with or without a mount. Frame not included.