Giclee print of an original watercolour.
The Dwyryd estuary was important to Clough Williams Ellis, the eccentric creator of Portmeirion. The kilometre wide expanse of water that stretches away eastwards beneath the village was, in Clough's mind his auditorium. This was where the village buildings could be seen to their best effect, towering above the cliffs that climb from the sands of the estuary.
My painting has attempted to capture the essence of Clough's thinking, but with the bonus of a late evening light picking out these enchanting creations.
Product details :
- Image size - 25cm x 38cm
- Print only, paper size - 31cm x 44cm
- Mounted size - 40.7cm x 53.6cm
- The framed image is for illustrative purposes only. Unfortunately we can't ship framed prints due to insurance issues regarding the glass.
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- Mounted images are shipped flat-pack
- Print-only shipped in a tube
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