Royal Pavilion, Brighton, with lilies, No.3: large colour linocut


Royal Pavilion Brighton with lilies is an original linocut inspired by the view of Brighton’s gorgeous Royal Pavilion from the lily pond in its grounds. 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 60. Actual print for sale shown.

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Royal Pavilion Brighton with lilies is a colour linocut showing this iconic building with the lily pond in the foreground.

Royal Pavilion Brighton with lilies is a hand-pulled colour linocut in oil-based inks in a small edition of 60. The actual print is 28cm wide and 37cm high (roughly A3 – so 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. This edition varies in its colour scheme.

The print shown in the pictures is the actual one for sale – Number 3 in the edition.

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

The Royal Pavilion was created out of the seaside holiday home of George, the Prince Regent, from 1815. He┬ácommissioned John Nash to transform his modest villa into the magnificent oriental palace that we see today. It stands as a lasting legacy of Prince George’s artistic imagination and his incredible extravagance with the national purse.

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