This limited edition Giclee print is available in two sizes:
The large print measures 35 x 50 cm (with an additional border, fits, when mounted into a 50 x 70 cm ready made frame).
The small print measures 27.5cm x 39.3 cm's (with an additional border, fits, when mounted into a 40 x 60 cm ready made frame).
The price includes postage and packing within the UK.
Please email for shipping costs outside the UK.
Limited edition of 195 prints. Each print is signed, numbered and has a certificate of Authenticity.
The print will be sent rolled and wrapped in tissue in a sturdy tube. Sent using a tracked service requiring a signature upon delivery.
This image is also available as a greetings card with the packs listed below.
According to the ancient Greeks, kingfishers built their nests on a raft of fish bones and, having laid their eggs, they set the nest afloat on the Mediterranean sea and incubated the eggs for seven days before and after the winter solstice. It was said the gods always made sure that the seas and winds were calmed during this period. The Greek name for Kingfisher is halcyon, leading to the term ‘halcyon days’. This was originally a reference to the calm and fine weather at this time in Greece. We now use the term to refer fondly on remembered times in our past. I made this piece as an entry to this yearsSociety of Graphic Fine Art exhibition and was fortunate enough to have it accepted. The exhibition was due to be at The Mall Gallery in London but was unfortunately postponed due to Covid.