Location: Godrevy Lighthouse, Cornwall
Godrevy island lies approx three hundred yards off Godrevy Point. The uninhabited island is the site of an operational Trinity House Godrevy Lighthouse, where rugged cliffs rise from the sea. Gulls, oyster-catchers and pipits make their homes on the island, which is partly covered with grass, as it slopes down to the sea. Godrevy - meaning 'small farms', is an area on the eastern side of St Ives Bay, west Cornwall. Facing the Atlantic Ocean it is popular with both surfers and walkers. Godrevy Island with it's lighthouse, was the inspiration for Virginia Woolf's novel 'To the Lighthouse'.
Framed Panoramic Prints are supplied complete and ready to hang on the wall. printed on premium matt art paper and finished in a double deep frame, with premium acrylic glazing.
Deep Frames are double the depth of standard frames and come in a stylish wood effect finish. Great value and a popular choice
Poster Prints are supplied rolled in a tube, for you to frame as you wish. Quoted sizes include a 25mm white border. Print will NOT include watermark.
Mounted Prints are finished in an off white, Double mount, ready for framing. Quoted sizes are outside dimensions, image will be approximately 100mm smaller.
Canvas Prints are stretched over a wooden frame and finished as an image wrap. Supplied complete and ready to hang, canvas prints do not require additional framing.
Canvas Triptych's are supplied on 3 seperate boxed canvases. Dimensions quoted are total assembled size, allowing for a small gap between each canvas section.
|Poster||33 x 95||43 x 125|
|Mounted||25 x 60||33 x 95|
|Framed||40 x 102|
|Canvas||35 x 100||45 x 120|
|Sizes are in cm|