Artist's description:

Korenmolen de Zandhaas is Santpoort-Noord's very own working windmill. Built in 1779, it's still very much in use for grinding corn, and you can buy every kind of flour imaginable in the lovely old-fashioned shop in the ground floor. There are a million details from this mill that inspire me to make prints, but I've started with this little window in the thatch. Much to my delight this print sits in the shop window at the bottom of this very mill, just under the little window it portrays!

This is an original, handmade linoblock print. Each print is therefore a unique work of art, and no two are exactly the same. If you would like to see your specific print before purchase, please contact me and I will e-mail you an image.

I take great care to ensure that my prints will last for a long time. I use only acid-free paper, printed with Van Son rubber based printing ink. The image size is 10x15 cm (4x6 inches), and the outside dimensions of the mount are exactly A4 (21x29.7cm). Each print is signed along with its limited edition number (one of 100).

Images are copyright Black Prints. Copyright is non-transferable with purchase.

Materials used:

Van Son rubber-based ink; acid-free paper

Raam, Molen de Zandhaas (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Catriona Black from Netherlands

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