Turtle & St Mary’s Churchyard, Illustrated Print by Amanda Bradley

£12.00£17.00

The Whitby Wildlife Collection | Turtle & St Mary's Churchyard

St Mary’s Church Whitby is the parish church of the North Yorkshire fishing town of Whitby. It was founded around 1110, built by the monks of Whitby Abbey. The church was built on the site around 1110 and added to and altered over the centuries. Originally it was a long narrow church with a steep roof and without a tower or transepts, which were added later in the twelfth century and early in the next. The church continued to be modified over the centuries. The stained glass windows in the chancel are by C. E. Kempe.

This print is one in an exclusive illustration series inspired by Whitby and North Yorkshire's coastal heritage, wildlife and folklore. Each design illustrates part of the area's famous history or a local folk tale.

Printed on beautifully textured 250gsm Tintoretto Gesso paper.
Please note: This print does not come framed.
The print is available in 21 x 21cm and 29.7 x 29.7cm.
Illustrated by Amanda Bradley
Printed in the UK

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Description

This is an inkjet print of Amanda's original pen and ink illustration. Printed on beautifully textured 250gsm Tintoretto Gesso paper. Tinteretto Gesso is a high quality uncoated textured Italian paper with an off white shade. Colours may slightly vary due to paper texture, all prints are signed and numbered by hand.

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Size

21 x 21 cm, 29.7 x 29.7 cm