Boats at Uphill, large colour linocut


Boats at Uphill is an original linocut showing boats moored by the River Axe as it enters the sea at the village of Uphill, near Weston-super-Mare. Approximately A3 in size, so easy to frame, printed in oil-based inks on quality acid-free paper.

Printed by hand and signed by me, the artist, in an edition of 50.

2 in stock


Boats at Uphill is a colour linocut showing this iconic building with the lily pond in the foreground.

Boats at Uphill is a hand-pulled colour linocut in oil-based inks in a small edition of 50. The actual print is 28cm wide and 37cm high (roughly A3 Рso fairly large). It is printed on acid-free paper and signed by me, and sent with a backing board and mount so that it can easily be framed in a standard A2 size frame.

Each print in the edition is inked up and pressed individually, resulting in some slight differences between each print – making each one a unique work of art.

International orders will be sent without a mount, rolled with acid-free tissue paper in a tube.

The River Axe emerges from the caves in the Mendip Hills, crosses the Somerset Levels, and reaches the Bristol Channel at Uphill – a village on the outskirts of Weston-super-Mare. There is a small marina here and useful cafe! Small boats are moored on the muddy banks of the Axe.

The old Church of St Nicholas at Uphill is partially ruined and overlooks the scene from high above on the hill.

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