Limited edition print of contemporary art view of a Cornish fishing village. From my original acrylic painting - Mousehole Harbour. Artist's signature, date and edition information in margin. Signed certificate of authenticity on the reverse.
I thought it fitting to include the name of a vessel named Renovelle, because of the brave story surrounding her and crew:
PZ107 Renovelle. Was a 54.4 ft long 1st class lugger built in Mousehole in the year 1902. Operating at Newlyn around 1932 and later. Her crew included Edwin Madron and son (who was drowned at sea), Grandson James 'Jimmy' Bassett Madron later drowned on the Penlee lifeboat. The Renovelle was one of the Newlyn fishing boats in naval service during the 1939-45 World War 2.
A4 (8.2x11.6 in)
A3 (11.6x16,5 in)
Unframed. Narrow white border around printed area to allow for mounting & framing.
Postage shown is to UK. Please contact me for cost of shipping to other countries.
You will receive your print in cellophane packed flat with board to prevent bending, or in a strong cardboard tube.
Location: Mousehole Cornwall