The next number in this Edition is 1/20
Slapton Sands is in fact a beautiful stretch of pebble and gravel beach which extends for 4 km near Tor Cross in South Devon. Even in the height of summer you can find a spot like this away from other people to enjoy the peace, sunshine and lapping waves.
There is a little history attached to this beach too. In 1943, the beach was taken over by the allied forces to use as a rehearsal area for the D-Day Landings. Unfortunately, a combination of live ammunition and poor visibility resulted in the deaths of 749 American servicemen. The ill-fated ‘Operation Tiger’ is commemorated by a plaque along with a Sherman Tank at nearby Tor Cross.
Please Note: All my limited editions are printed by one of London's leading fine art labs onto Hahnemühle German Etching paper using archival inks. The fine art print is matt in appearance and the paper is like heavy art paper being 310 gsm. Shiny 'C' type prints are not available at this time as most collectors consider these to be of inferior quality.
Also note that my equipment is calibrated from camera right through to the print process so unless you are using a fully calibrated monitor the colors of your Limited Edition are very likely to be slightly different than it appears on your own screen.
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Highest quality Giclée print onto Hahnemühle German etching paper using archival inks.