Limited edition print of Cromer Pier, Norfolk

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£120

A bit about Cromer Pier

What we see today was built in 1902 and is 450 feet (140 m) long. It has had bandstands and roller-skating rings added over time, not to mention a lifeboat station. And Cromer Pier as popular as it’s ever.

I don’t know why we British have such a love for these odd structures. Why do we need to wander out on them, only to wander back again? Is it a bit like going on a ship? Or is it the feeling of space? I have no idea, though every time I see a pier I too want to walk out right to the end, have fish and chips, then wander back again with the feeling like I have achieved something.

My visit to Cromer Pier

On the day I visited Cromer pier, it was a warm afternoon and was teaming with families. The main pastime being crabbing. This entails small children lowering string into the water with a stone and a bit of bacon on the end. Then juggling it around the bottom for a bit before carefully pulling it up to see if some pugnacious crap is clinging onto the end, steadfastly refusing to give up its dinner.

This wee fellow is then bucketed with other crabs. The game is to get as many crabs as possible, with an extra bonus for the largest crab. Once the game is over, all the crabs are tipped back into the sea. Pointless but fun.

You can see a blog on this painting here

SKU: LEP_Cromer Category:

Description

The print of of Cromer Pier, Norfolk is 55cm x 34cm giclee print not including the white boarder surround.

A bit about Cromer Pier

What we see today was built in 1902 and is 450 feet (140 m) long. It has had bandstands and roller-skating rings added over time, not to mention a lifeboat station. And Cromer Pier as popular as it’s ever.

I don’t know why we British have such a love for these odd structures. Why do we need to wander out on them, only to wander back again? Is it a bit like going on a ship? Or is it the feeling of space? I have no idea, though every time I see a pier I too want to walk out right to the end, have fish and chips, then wander back again with the feeling like I have achieved something.

My visit to Cromer Pier

On the day I visited Cromer pier, it was a warm afternoon and was teaming with families. The main pastime being crabbing. This entails small children lowering string into the water with a stone and a bit of bacon on the end. Then juggling it around the bottom for a bit before carefully pulling it up to see if some pugnacious crap is clinging onto the end, steadfastly refusing to give up its dinner.

This wee fellow is then bucketed with other crabs. The game is to get as many crabs as possible, with an extra bonus for the largest crab. Once the game is over, all the crabs are tipped back into the sea. Pointless but fun.

You can see a blog on this painting here

Additional information

Delivery and shipping:

Once ordered I will try to deliver the print within ten working days. The prints are supplied in a tube. Price does not include shipping. This is added at the ‘Basket’ stage.

30 day money back guarantee

There is a 30 day money back guarantee on everything on my site should you not be satisfied. I will return you the money as soon as the item arrives back to me.

Number in the edition:

50 prints only, each individually signed and numbered.

Size unwrapped:

55cm x 34cm giclee print not including the white boarder around print.

What is a giclee print?

Giclee is a very high quality print process used by galleries and artists for exclusive limited editions. This Giclee process uses 12 true pigment artist colours (ultra marine, ochre etc) rather than the standard four dye colours in normal printing, so Giclee delivers greater depth in colour, tonal values and no yellowing over time.