Limited edition print of Zennor Church, Cornwall


Buy this unframed: 37cm x 37.5cm (not including the white boarder paper) giclee print.  See below for Additional Information.

A bit more about Zennor

Zennor is tucked away in a small dell off of the main road, just a few ancient buildings with the church tower popping up just above the hillocks and trees. Like ‘hares ears’ as Betjeman once put it.

I pulled on my boots, and dropped into the church. A lovely tough structure, all battered by centuries of merciless storms. Inside is a 15th Century carved bench end which shows a mermaid. She is holding up a mirror and comb. It has the distinct look of Grayson Perry about it.

During the First World War, the writer DH Lawrence and his wife stayed in the pub for a few weeks. He quickly made himself unpopular. He hated the war and was very vocal about it.

They also decided his wife was a spy and was said to be signalling U-Boats from the cliff tops with her washing. Paranoia yes, though his wife was German and the cousin of The Red Baron so you couldn’t totally blame them. Lawrence left and never forgave the Cornish.

39 in stock

SKU: LEP-Zennor Category:

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.

Number in the edition:

50 prints only, each individually signed and numbered.

Size unwrapped:

37cm x 37.5cm (not including the white boarder paper) giclee 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.

30 day money back guarantee

I give a 30 day money back guarantee on all my products. The money will be returned once the item has arrived back to me in the original state.