My large colour linocut of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton with the lilies in the lily pond in the foreground reproduced as a greetings card.
The card is 7″ by 5″ or 178mm high by 127mm wide portrait format with the fold on the long side. The image does not go right to the edge of the front side but has a narrow white border. The card comes with diamond flap white envelope and clear cellophane sleeve. The card weight is 300gsm and is blank inside for your own message. Postage is by Royal Mail first class and is free for UK customers.
‘Lilies at the Royal Pavilion’ would also look good framed!
Note: colour reproduction can vary when viewing online.
The Royal Pavilion is a splendid and eccentric building which was created as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV. It mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China, and has a very flamboyant interior. It is right in the centre of Brighton and well worth visiting. It’s also very visible from the bus stop, (as are the water lilies) though I’m not sure us peasants standing around with our jeans and Tesco’s bags adds much to the glory of its setting. One day I might do a linocut of the Pavilion featuring the bus stop …
If you like this card, you may also be interested in this card showing my linocut of the Royal Pavilion by moonlight.