Avebury Stone Circle

£69.99

Smooth Ink-Jet Art Prints (Giclée) – Signed.

20 x 30 inches (50 x 75cm) Silk-Matt Finish

Avebury Stone Circle, Wiltshire, UK.

These Smooth Ink-Jet (Giclée) Art Prints prints are very high resolution ink jet prints printed onto thick (300gsm), smooth cotton paper. They capture every nuance of the original works. The imagery is taken from ultra-high resolution digital files and are simply the best reproduction prints available. If you’re looking for the best – you’ve found it! Each printed is signed personally by Steve Alexander

Important: These extra large photos are printed upon request. Please expect to wait a little longer for this item.

Actual measurement in inches: H:29.527 x W:19.687

Description

About Smooth Ink-Jet (Giclée) Art Prints: These Prints prints are very high resolution ink jet prints printed onto thick cotton watercolour paper. They capture every nuance of the original works. These top quality reproduction prints are taken from ultra-high resolution digital files and are simply the best reproduction prints available. If you’re looking for the best – you’ve found it! Each print has a white border and is personally signed by Steve Alexander.

High quality acid free fine art smooth paper of 300gsm, is coated with a unique new ink jet receiving layer that gives a semi-gloss finish to the printed image. The coating is undetectable on the paper until the ink is applied, then it bursts forward with a subtle yet vibrant sheen. The surface coating gives a high depth of colour and is tough and highly resistant to scratches. We have chosen some of our favourite formations from recent years as choices for the prints.

Avebury Stone Circle: Avebury is the largest Stone Circle in England, even larger than its more famous sibling Stonehenge. Built and altered over many centuries from about 2850 BC to 2200 BC, it now appears as a huge circular bank and ditch with a large partial circle of stones, and two smaller stone circles inside. The site’s present appearance owes much to the marmalade heir Alexander Keiller, who excavated and re-erected many stones during the 1930s. Many stones had been broken or buried in medieval times.

This image shows the crop circle in its attending landscape captures the atmosphere, mood and power of the formation while it remained in the field.

Additional information

Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 54 × 9 × 9 cm

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