CANUTE A lone, splintered, and wave battered groyne stands in defiance of the sea on the beach near Rye Harbour. Now nearing the end of its 50 year life this beam was buried 3/4 of its length in the constantly moving shingle, which has ground the wood into fantasy castle shapes. The iron bolts that join it to the cross planks are exposed, bent out of shape and have bled streaks of golden orange rust down the sun bleached timber

CANUTE Painting and reproduction giclée print


Unfortunately due to the demise of the second of my Epson R2400 printers, not to mention the ever escalating cost of paper and ink I am unable for the time being to print any of my colour giclee prints.

Postage and packaging
All prints are posted registered next day delivery and are securely packed flat in rigid corrugated cardboard envelopes. The tracking number will be emailed as soon as it is available. Prices are inclusive of post, packaging and VAT. These prints are mounted with a protective thick backing board and wrapped in cellophane.

For further information on this printand to view others in the set please see Coastal Textures
For an explanation of the giclée process please see What is giclée