Priory Quarter is the archaic and rather charming name given to the most historic part of Christchurch in Dorset. The Priory, Castle and Norman House by the river are all over 800 years old! Whilst the wonderful Priory has aged beautifully, the poor old castle was a victim of the English Civil War in the 1600's, but it's still a fabulous place to visit perched on its little mound and tucked behind the quaint Georgian buildings that line Castle Street and Church Street.
You'll also see glimpses of Christchurch Harbour and Hengistbury Head in the background of this detailed, colourful painting.
The image itself is 384 mm wide x 384 mm tall and is a giclée print which means that it is printed using very high quality inks to give exceptional detail, tone and colour so that it looks just like the original painting. Each print is produced on acid free German Etching paper and is signed, numbered and titled by me. The print run is 300 and every print comes with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
This print is available as either an unmounted print or mounted in a double off-white mount enabling you to frame it in a frame of your choice. The outer dimensions of the mount are 534 mm x 534 mm. The mounted print is presented wrapped in cellophane and will be shipped to you securely packed in a flat cardboard package whilst the unmounted print will be sent in a thick walled cardboard tube.
It can also be purchased as a block canvas print measuring 444mm by 444mm