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'AMY HOWSON' limited edition rdws118_41

Humber Barge Amy Howson picture by marine artist Roger Davies
UNCONDITIONAL 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IF YOU'RE NOT HAPPY WITH YOUR PURCHASE FREE UK DELIVERY This signed limited edition is available in the following sizes: A4 - Image size: 24 x 18cm. Mount size: 38 x 33cm A3 - Image size: 32 x 25cm. Mount size: 52 x 46cm A3+ - Image size: 36 x 28cm. Mount ...Read more
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Roger Davies Print


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UNCONDITIONAL 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IF YOU'RE NOT HAPPY WITH YOUR PURCHASE

FREE UK DELIVERY

This signed limited edition is available in the following sizes:

A4 - Image size: 24 x 18cm. Mount size: 38 x 33cm

A3 - Image size: 32 x 25cm. Mount size: 52 x 46cm

A3+ - Image size: 36 x 28cm. Mount size: 56 x 49cm

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The Humber sloop Amy Howson was built in 1914 at Joss Scarr's yard at Beverley for George Robert “Cuckoo” Scaife, and first named Sophia, after his wife. Originally rigged as a keel, Sophia worked the coal trade between the West Riding and Beverley. The ship was later bought by W H Barraclough and renamed Amy Howson, for one of his daughters. From then, Amy Howson carried oil seed to Yarborough Oil Mills at Brigg, chemicals to Barton on Humber and Howden Dyke as well as general cargo like grain from King George Dock in Hull to Sheffield, returning with coal to Hull.

This fine art limited edition is a giclee print with an edition size of 850 and signed by Roger Davies. The picture is supplied cellophane wrapped, presented in a generously sized double-mount.

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Giclee prints are considered the highest quality of picture reproduction within the fine art world. They are created using light-fast pigmented inks, a process approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild.