A row of terraced houses peeking out of woods is a frequent sight in Hebden Bridge. Here an old mill chimney almost disappears amongst the riot of trees. A large Copper Beech contrasts against a multitude of spring greens. Bank Terrace marches boldly up the steep hill . Look closely and each dwelling has individuality within the row.
Green Annihilation - Bank Terrace, Hebden Bridge
About this woodcut
An original woodcut by Angie Rogers, printed using a Victorian Iron hand press with oil based ink from a block of hand carved plywood.
The image is printed on Fabriano Artistico watercolour paper.
Additional colour is applied by hand using lightfast professional quality pencil crayons.
Limited edition of 50 prints, each print is numbered and signed.
A completely hand made artwork with natural variations in printing and hand colouring.
Size of the paper is height 30 cm x width 38 cm
Size of the printed image is height 22 cm x width 30 cm
Free UK postage and packaging
The print is unframed and unmounted.
It will be carefully packaged and shipped flat between boards.
All dimensions are approximate.