Portland Bill by Kaz Jones
Linocut on Paper, Subject: Architecture and cityscapes, Illustrative style, From a limited edition of 25, Signed and numbered on the back, Size: 12.5 x 17.5 x 0.2 cm (unframed) / 7 x 12 cm (actual image size), Materials: Paper, ink, watercolour paint
Portland Bill is an iconic working lighthouse on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, UK. There has been a lighthouse there since 1716, and the current one was built in 1906. This linocut was inspired by a photograph taken by a friend of mine, as I was drawn to the bright red band. This linoprint has been printed onto 200gsm Accademia Fabriano paper and has been hand-coloured after printing using watercolour. DELIVERY INFORMATION In order to avoid unnecessary trips to the Post Office, I shall be arranging for delivery to be via courier (not Hermes!) and shipping charges will reflect this. As prices will vary depending on the purchaser’s location, if the actual shipping price is less than that charged, I will refund the difference.