- Haworth, West Yorkshire - giclee limted edition, signed print - Vibrant, unique and original design painted by us - Handmade by us in Yorkshire, UK - Printed using giclee inks to last upwards of 70 years on heavyweight paper - Framed or unframed
Before we lived in Haworth, we would often take day trips over here. We used to imagine what it would be like to live near that iconic cobbled street, made famous by the literacy of the Bronte family all those years ago. We are now lucky enough to live in Haworth, close to the moors and have our own shop on the cobbles. If you haven't been here, you really must come and see our beautiful village in Yorkshire. This colourful painting shows the ruins of an old farmhouse - 'Top Withens' - thought to be the inspiration for Emily Bronte's classic novel Wuthering Heights. Katie painted the original using acrylic paint on canvas, before we had it professionally scanned in, to be replicated as prints.
Unframed: The unmounted, unframed print measures 200mm x 250mm.
Fully framed 10" x 12" print - white frame. You will receive a fully mounted and framed high quality print. The deep frame is handmade in Yorkshire using Polcore (textured plastic) It measures 275mm x 325mm x 35mm deep & is fitted with Perspex for safety. It comes complete with a back hanger, but is light enough to hang directly on the outer frame.