This fine art print of Sumburgh Head Lighthouse is from an original coloured pencil drawing referenced from my own photo taken in the Shetland Islands.
This lighthouse was the first to be built in Shetland and is now a listed building. Designed by Robert Stevenson, grandfather to famous author Robert Louis, the building was constructed in 1821.
The lighthouse buildings have been renovated and restored by the Shetland Amenity Trust at a cost of £5.4 million and is now a world class visitor attraction.
Sumburgh Head Lighthouse Shetland Isles
Drawings are reproduced onto 'Portrait Rag®' 285gsm 100% cotton paper with a smooth surface texture, this guarantees archival standards. (100 years+).
The print media is excellent for fine art giving crisp and vibrant images.
'Photo Rag®' meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.
Printed using Ultrachrome pigment inks.
Mounting materiald are all PH neutral and meet the Fine Art Guilds approval for standard art board.
Frames are all wood unless otherwise stated.