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One of a series of Yorskshire landscapes created to celebrate the unique atmosphere of Upper Calderdale. Storm Approaching Swiftly features a distant Heptonstall Church tower as seen from across the valley on the steep narrow road that descends down to Hebden Bridge from the small settlement called Horsehold .


You can really get a sense of the power of nature and the volume of approaching wet weather in this artwork. Storms often quickly sweep in, dump their rain and then move on, leaving a misty, refreshed feeling behind.  I always enjoy watching rapidly moving rain clouds, they are so dramatic and inspire me to start drawing.


Printed on beautiful fine art paper with archival pigment inks this giclée print is a reproduction of the original charcoal drawing.


Black and white artworks have broad appeal and look good in rooms with modern or traditional decor.


Free UK postage and packaging


The print is from an open edition, is signed in the lower margin and is supplied unframed with a warm-white mount, ready for framing.


Size with mount 30cm x 30cm

Printed image size 17.5cm x 17.5cm


I am very happy to advise about framing options. If you have any queries or concerns, get in touch through my contact page. You can always email me a photo of the room where your print will be on show and I can help you choose the perfect style of framing for your home.




Storm Approaching Swiftly - giclée print

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