- Wainman's Pinnacle Sutton-in Craven , North Yorkshire
- Unique and original design painted by us
- Printed on beautiful 260 g/m2 professional paper by us in Yorkshire, UK
- Framed option available
- Signed by the artist
Wainman's Pinnacle is a stone obelisk located high on the hills in Sutton-in Craven. It was originally built as a folly & is also known as the Cowling Pinnacle. Some people also call this one of the salt and pepper pots. Wainman’s Pinnacle was built in 1898 and we have visited it many times with our children.
Katie spent over 30 hours painting the original. This painting is now available as signed prints. We always print our pictures using a professional Canon printer onto professional quality 260 g/m2, so you can be sure the print will look gorgeous and crisp for years to come.
You will receive an unmounted and unframed high quality print; we suggest using any standard frame. The A4 and A3 print does have a white border around the image so it should fit most standard frames.
Fully framed A4 Print.
You will receive a fully mounted and framed high quality print.
The deep frame is handmade in Yorkshire using Polcore (textured plastic)
It measures 310mm x 390mm x 33mm 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.