Limited edition architectural illustration of the iconic Poultry Cross in Salisbury. As a popular meeting point and place of activity, it is a fantastic Salisbury scene.
Hand-drawn by architect Robert Kann using Faber-Castell Indian ink pens, over a period of over 15 hours, the illustration is then shaded and digitally coloured. The artwork is printed on 300gsm textured parchment to give an additional element of quality and a truly unique appearance.
To produce the 'blue sky' series, a layer of hand-drawn lines is laid over a colourful blue background colour to give a vibrant contemporary appearance in contrast with the classical building illustration. When printed on textured parchment, the lines and colour become slightly broken down to create an intriguing almost weave-like quality!
This is a limited edition Giclée print on Ivory hammered-effect 300gsm paper, available in a range of sizes. All purchased artwork is signed and numbered.
SMALL SQUARE - 18 x 18 cm print with a 2.5cm archive quality acid-free mount (total size: 23x23cm)
LARGE SQUARE - 30 x 30 cm print with a 10cm archive quality acid-free mount (total size: 50x50cm)
SMALL SQUARE FRAME - 4.5cm deep 25 x 25 cm White / Black frame, with 18x18cm print
LARGE SQUARE FRAME - 5cm deep 50 x 50 cm White / Black frame, with 30x30cm print
(NB: 50x50cm FRAME CAN ONLY BE SENT TO UK ADDRESSES)