Fountains Abbey ruins are the largest monastic ruins in the country. This scene shows part of the nowadays well tended grounds of the abbey, processed in sepia as a lovely Limited-Edition 'impressionist' Fine Art print.
The abbey was founded in 1132 by 13 Benedictine monks from St Mary’s in York. They'd grown fed up of the extravagant and rowdy way that the monks lived in York and so they escaped seeking to live a devout and simple lifestyle elsewhere. This was how they came to Fountains.
The artwork is strictly limited to a run of 25, assuring you of rare wall-art wherever it is displayed. It is numbered and signed by the photographer and is accompanied by an embossed, signed letter of authenticity, with the limited-edition sequence number of the piece, along with a copy of the artwork.
I print on beautiful Fine Art paper, using archival inks.
NOTE: other finishes may be available on request - contact me in this regard before placing your order.
P&P included (UK only).
I am happy to accept returns if you are unhappy with the product, provided the product is undamaged when I receive it This does not affect your statutory rights.