Beech Tree's by Watership Down limited edition print by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

Regular price £850.00

One of my favourite stands of Beech Trees high on the Hampshire Downs near Burghclere, they overlook the land looking northwards into Berkshire, Oxfordshire and beyond. On the Wayfarer's Walk between Ladle Hill and Watership Down this iconic stand of trees not only supplied some of the inspiration to novelist Richard Adam's, but undoubtedly would also have provided shelter for eighteenth century pamphleteer journalist and politician William Cobbett, on many of his journeys through the county whilst writing his evocative and detailed journal of the countryside - Rural Rides.

530mm x 430mm mounted and framed. Frame dimensions 790mm x 690mm
Edition of 125 (plus 12 artists proofs) @ £850 plus p&p
(Available as print only @ £600 plus p&p)

Giclee printed on photo rag this artwork comes framed in a wooden Black & Gold Luxe Monti Italian frame and mounted with a triple mount from Cotswold Mounts and glazed with Art Glass which reduces reflection and protects the print from ultraviolet light.

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