This Oak tree began life in 1828 and fell in 2017. It lived its life at Allen Banks, Northumberland and the National trust kindly cut me this round of the tree.
The framed print is on display in the new Land of Oak and Iron Visitor Centre, NE21 6RX. Elements of this print have also been scanned and used for the huge wall display, information panels and windows in the centre.
It is available printed in Black Ink, or Gold ink in a limited edition of 50 of each.
Printed by hand onto Heritage Rag paper. It is a 100% cotton, unbuffered, Fourdrinier made paper with a vellum surface. It has a full archival specification.
The mount is approx 95 cm x 82 cm. ( 37inch x 32 inch)
The window in the mount is 75cm x 63 cm ( 29 inch x 25 inch )
The framed version is 100cm x 88cm ( 39 inch x 35 inch)
The mounted version is £350.00
The framed version is £450.00
If you want to purchase a mounted print fulfilment time will be 3-4 days.
Framed images are available within 7 days.
I have a blog about the tree and its location.