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If you love nature, birds and wild flowers, this Twite print would make an ideal addition to your home.


A small Pennine Twite peeks out from foliage where he has been seeking food. A small finch, the Twite is an endangered species.


This is largely because Twites feed on seeds only, from plants growing in the upland meadows of the South Pennines, so long as the meadows aren't mowed too soon.In winter, Twites move to the coastal marshes of the east coast of England.


An original woodcut print by Angie Rogers,  hand printed with oil based ink from a wood block carved by the artist.


The image is printed on pale cream, acid free printing paper.


Additional colour is applied by hand using lightfast artists pigments and watercolour paint.


Limited edition of 75 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 32 cm x  width 50 cm

Size of the printed image is  height 26 cm x  width 45 cm



Free UK postage and packaging


The print is sold without a mount and ready to take to your local framer.

I am always happy to give advice about framing options to anyone who is interested in purchasing a print so do get in touch through my contact page in the top menu if you would like some help.


The Twite print will be carefully packed and shipped in sturdy packaging.


All dimensions are approximate.

Pennine Twite Woodcut

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