Crossing the Yeo Pill Bridge
43cm (W) x 36cm (H)
White tray frame
A well-documented 17th Century packhorse bridge on a drovers’ road between the parishes of Ilchester and Long Sutton in Somerset. It is only 4’ wide with a span of 54 feet. It replaces an earlier 13th Century bridge and was the unloading point for goods destined for Ilchester. There was also a warehouse at the site until 1805. Now it is still used for horses along a well-trodden bridleway.
Acrylic ink on board
Each image is digitally printed using archival, lightfast pigment inks on fine art pH neutral paper. Prints are professionally balanced to match the original painting in colour, tone and texture. Each print has a soft white mount and comes wrapped in cellophane. They are guaranteed to last at least 100 years under glass.
Print Options: each print will be signed by Kate
- A4 (approx.) Art Print £65
- A3 (approx.) Art Print £85
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About the artist:
As a child, I was intrigued by the detail in Leonard de Vinci’s drawings, and later by Constable’s tree sketches. I’m influenced by Modern Scottish Colourists, thanks to my grandmother’s involvement with the Bongate Gallery, Alnwick. I’ve developed mainly as a colourist, attracted to elements of landscape: trees, water and ruined castles, working in a variety of media. My...
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