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Lindisfarne Beach Framed Wall Art Print by Real World Art

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Lindisfarne Beach Framed Wall Art Print.

Are you looking for a piece of wall art that is ready to hang? Look no further than this high-quality photographic print on Hahnemühle Fine Art PhotoRag 308gsm paper. This smooth, matt paper boasts a lightly defined surface, lending each printed image a three-dimensional appearance and impressive pictorial depth, while keeping glare to a minimum.

The handmade, all-wood frame has a flat, square profile available in a choice of 6 colours, and comes complete with a precision cut, acid-free 1400-micron board mount. The print is glazed with Acrylic Plexiglass which provides increased UV protection, is highly robust and offers less glare than float glass.

Available in sizes up to 24" x 16", this Lindisfarne Beach wall art is perfect for any room or space.

The use of acid-free papers and archival inks ensures that your print will last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.

Lindisfarne Beach Framed wall art prints are printed to order and usually shipped within 3-4 business days.

A winter afternoon on the rocky beach below Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland (commonly referred to as just 'Lindisfarne') showing the rotten wooden stakes on the shoreline. Despite my efforts I cannot find out who put them there or why!

On a high outcrop of basalt and visible from miles around, it is not really a castle, but a 20th-century restoration of a Tudor fort created as a holiday home in 1902-3 for Edward Hudson, founder of Country Life magazine.

The first part of the fort to be built was an earthen bulwark, but it wasn't until the reign of Elizabeth I between 1565-1571 that proper defences were built in stone, using material from the ruins of nearby St Cuthbert's Priory. Lindisfarne Castle saw action only once, in 1715, when it was seized by supporters of James Stuart, the Old Pretender, although it was soon surrendered to government forces.

Holy Island itself is a tidal island joined to the mainland by a long causeway which is only accessible at low tide.

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