'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.

✓ Prints are available framed and unframed. 

✓ Printed onto thick, textured Hahnemühle German Etching fine art paper
 with Epson Ultrachrome™ HDR inks

✓ Open edition print, hand signed and titled in pencil by Laurie McCall

✓ High-end hand made 'Box' frames made by The Cornish Framing Company

✓ Frames are made from solid oak or beech


    Worldwide postage is available for unframed prints and smaller framed prints.

    If you're unsure of which size to choose please see my Print and Frame Size Guide which explains the measurements I use.

    Framed prints are mounted, backed, glazed with glass, taped and come ready to hang.
    Please allow up to 3 weeks for framed prints to be delivered. All frames are handmade to order.

    Unframed prints will arrive within 10 days of purchase.

    If you need to receive your order sooner please get in touch and I'll let you know if it's possible.


    For custom framing enquiries or anything else I can help you with please do get in touch  - info@lauriemccall.co.uk 07530180515 or send me a message by clicking here

    All images Copyright Laurie McCall 2017.