The attractive form of Lulworth Cove can be seen near the top of the print and below that, the Lulworth Crumple. At some point in the past a river would have punched a hole in the hard Portland Limestone that formed the cliffs. Once the sea could breach those rocks it quickly eroded the much softer rocks behind, widening the gap and creating the rounded cove. To the bottom right of the print are ammonites distinguished by their complex suture lines.
Image Size 42cm x 42cm
Giclee limited edition print on museum grade Hanemulle paper by PH Media.
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These prints are an exclusive limited edition of 75 prints worldwide. They are printed on Museum grade paper using high quality inks to “ArtSure” standards set out by The Fine Art Trade Guild.
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