Pembrokeshire Gannet Fine Art Print
Hand painted illustration of a Gannet found on Grassholm island is one of the largest gannet colonies in the UK.
This beautiful bird is the pelican’s first cousin. Adult gannets are a yard long and weigh about 7-lbs and at close quarters observers can appreciate their beautiful plumage, their yellow-buff head and their dagger-like blue beak. The gannet, also known as the Solan goose, was a food source in olden days, and the fishermen of Marloes and Dale used to collect them and their eggs for food.
Printed on fine art Hahnemuhle using fade resistant pigment inks for a an archival, longer lasting, fade resistant image.
- Giclee Archival pigment ink printed
- 350 gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching acid free art paper
- Size: A3 (297 x 420 mm 11.7 x 16.5 in)
- Ships rolled