This is a beautifully detailed and atmospheric print. It features a Victorian fisherman's hut and garden on Dungeness' shingle beach. This was the home of director and artist Derek Jarman until he died in 1994. It is now preserved as a celebration of his life and work . Photographed and edited by Katy Donaldson, this print is one of an on-going series Katy is creating, capturing scenes in Kent's coastal towns and villages in her distinctive style.
It is printed on 300gsm cardstock, presented unframed on a backboard, and dispatched in flat packaging.
The image size is 24.5cm square with a 2.5cm white border on all sides = 29.5cm square.
This print is not suitable for hanging in direct sunlight.