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One of a series of four pack-horse bridge paintings:
Bolter’s Bridge is an ancient bridge in the Somerset hamlet of Hornblotton, (horn-blowing), where travellers were warned if the river was too high to cross the bridge safely. It is still used by riders, on the 625 mile Monarch’s Way, a path closely following the escape route taken by Charles 1.
I liked the way the paving stones were laid to follow the bend in the old drover’s route.
Acrylic Ink on board
Each image is digitally printed using archival, lightfast pigment inks on fine art pH neutral paper. Prints are professionally balanced to match the original painting in colour, tone and texture. Each print has a soft white mount and comes wrapped in cellophane. They are guaranteed to last at least 100 years under glass.
Print Options: each print will be signed by Kate
|27cm (H) x 34cm (W)||34.5 (H) x 29.5cm (W)|
|44cm (H) x 54cm (W)||43cm (W) x 36cm (H)|
|43cm (W) x 36cm (H)||33cm (H) x 33cm (W)|
|23cm (H) x 23cm (W)||49cm (W) x 34cm (H)|
|43.5cm (H) x 54cm (W)||40.5cm (H) x 47cm (W)|