What's the story? Richard's love of the Vulcan bomber began when he had the opportunity to go inside the cockpit as a lad in the Air Cadets at RAF Scampton in the 1960's. He wanted the bomber to be the focus of the painting so he kept the skyline and beach simple with a few brightly coloured figures on the sand and Bournemouth Pier playing second fiddle to this truly remarkable aircraft.
Prints and Posters - These are created from Richard's original painting, we print them ourselves using a method known as Giclėe, the paper is 100% cotton with a gentle texture. A4 and A3 prints will arrive cello wrapped with a recycled cardboard backing ready for framing. A2 prints will be send rolled in a cardboard tube. Richard signs all prints.
A4 Print - 210mm x 297mm
A3 Print - 297mm x 420mm
A2 Print - 420mm x 594mm
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Giclée Printing - this involves squirting or spraying microscopic dots of pigment based-inks onto high quality art paper (not as messy as it sounds!). The print is colour corrected to attain the closest possible match to the original artwork and will keep its vibrant colours for many years to come.
Paper - we use a natural soft textured bright white matt 315gsm paper for all prints. The paper's bright white base and gentle texture delivers a quality print with a wide colour gamut, it's 100% acid free and accredited by the Fine Art Trade Guild as being of archival quality.
Free delivery on all prints - We send the prints via myHermes or Royal Mail so you will be able to track your order and we will know they have been delivered safely!
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