My heritage lies in the Rhondda Valleys, an (ex) coal mining area of South Wales. This linocut portrays the winding gear at Woodhorn Colliery, Northumberland. The site is now a museum and has been described as “the best surviving example of a late 19th/early 20th century colliery in the North East tradition.”
The print, one of 25, is 23 x 17cm on a 42 x 30cm sheet of acid free paper.
Acid free paper, linseed ink