Liddon Quad, Keble College, Oxford
This striking view of Liddon Quad will be a most familiar image to Keble College alumni. It was created by architect William Butterfield in the late nineteenth century who claimed to have ‘had a mission to give dignity to brick’. It is an inspired example of Victorian Gothic architecture.
Nearly a century and a half later Oxfordshire-based artist Chris Fothergill has painted the scene using traditional watercolour techniques, and has made available a limited edition of 500 fine art prints of the subject.
About the print:
Giclee printing is a modern technique enabling reproduction of great accuracy and clarity on to watercolour paper, giving a truly ‘original’ look to the print. The colours are light-fast but as with any painting should be kept away from direct sunlight. The prints are on 300gsm acid free museum watercolour paper, similar to the original painting.
- A Giclee print on 300gsm museum watercolour paper
- Print image size 750mm x 275mm
- Edition limited to 500 prints, each numbered and signed individually by the artist
- Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
- Packaged and rolled loosely in a stout postal tube.
- Posted anywhere in the UK by Royal Mail Special Delivery – £10.00
- Shipped to the EU via Air Mail – £15.00
- Non EU shipping via Air Mail – £20.00
- A contribution of 15% of the price of each print will be donated to Keble College.