'Porthmeor, St Ives' Fine Art Print

 
Porthmeor Beach in St Ives, Cornwall. This is the view from one of the windows at the Tate Gallery. It looks towards The Island or St Ives Head at the northern end of the beach across the lichen covered rooftops. The wave breaking in the distance is known by surfers as 'The Boiler'. It gets its name from the boiler of the wrecked steam ship the Alba which is uncovered at low tide. The Alba ran aground in rough seas 1938 when it mistook the lights of Porthmeor for the lights of St Ives.

The print in the photos is 20"x20" in a white box frame.
 
This is a hand titled and signed open edition fine art giclée print. Printed onto heavy weight archival Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm paper with Epson Ultrachrome™ HDR inks. This combination of ink and paper is renowned for its archival qualities and ink fidelity. Guaranteed for at least 70 years longevity.
 
Framed prints are mounted, backed, glazed with glass, taped and come ready to hang.
 
Mounted prints include a backing board and arrive ready to frame.
 
Framed print options -
- White Box
- Black Box
- Natural Wood

Unframed print options -
- Print only
- Print with white mount
Please allow 1-2 weeks from the date purchased for your print to arrive.

All images Copyright Laurie McCall 2017.

Please select from the size and framing options below