Situated between the coastal towns of Weymouth and Bridport in the historicalvillage of Abbotsbury. The subtropical gardens cover an area of 20 acres and originates from the late eighteenth century when the Fox-Strangeways family built a home at the location. When the house burnt down in 1913 they returned to their family seat and only the walled garden remains. The gardens are now famous for it's Camellia's and Magnolias.
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From an original digital illustration by Kevin Williamson
Printed on 250gsm silk paper.
A3 - 420mm x 297mm Supplied unmounted and delivered flat.
These prints are a open edition and will be hand signed by the artist and are 'printed to order' on a smooth pearl white paper and supplied unmounted and delivered rolled in a 110mm diameter rigid square card tube
A3 - 420 x 297mm | 16.5 x 11.7ins
A2 - 594 x 420mm | 23.4 x 16.5ins
A1 - 840 x 594mm | 23.4 x 33.1ins
All prints have been left with a wide white area all round so can be framed with or without a mount. Frame not included.