This original reduction lino cut print captures a moment on a late summer day on the most southerly tip of Scotland. The farmer had just cut the ley and the cutters had laid it out in big fat stripes up and down the fields. Within hours the ley was gathered up and taken back to the farm and the scene had changed again.
This print is made on Zerkal Printmaking paper with oil-based inks. It is presented 'loose' (ie unframed and without a mount) but send me a message with your frame size if you would like to discuss the addition of a hand-cut mount.
Please note that under 'dimensions' the first measurements are approximations of the paper size and the second set (actual image size) reflect the printed area.
hand carved lino and oil based ink