The aptly named Salix fragilis, or Crack Willow, is an unkempt, fast growing tree that is common here in Norfolk. It is so named as it is apt to split with a 'crack' and the specimens at the bottom of my garden show the scars of several winter storms. I love how they lean over water, stretching out their limbs.
Medium: a drypoint engraving
Size: the paper measures approximately 25cm x 21 cm and the plate measures 11.5cm x 15cm.
It is printed in black ink on Fabriano Rosapina 300gsm paper.
It is printed in an edition of 30 and each is signed and numbered by the artist.
Each print is despatched by Royal Mail Signed For and Tracked and packed securely.
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