This fine art Print is taken from an original painting depicting a poppy field on The Isle of Wight. I painted it as part of a set of three – a triptych – designed to be hung as wall art together. The companion poppy pictures are ‘Chale Poppies, St Catherines Down’, and ‘Chale Poppies, The Hoy Monument. I painted the artworks from a poppy meadow close to the village of Chale which is to the south of the Island. The Pepperpot, officially known as St. Catherine’s Oratory, is a medieval lighthouse on St. Catherine’s Down, above the southern coast of the Isle of Wight. It was built by Lord of Chale Walter de Godeton as an act of penance for plundering wine from the wreck of St. Marie of Bayonne in Chale Bay on 20 April 1313.
All prints are gallery quality and are produced on 240gsm archival paper using Epsom Ultra Chrome pigment inks. They are mounted in textured antique white, acid free white core mounts to ensure they will remain in perfect condition for years to come.
Mounted prints are sent in clear protective bags with backing boards. For our framed prints we use simple contemporary narrow frames in either black or white depending on image. Unmounted prints are also available.
Order Size / Framing Options
The numbered list below describes the available options for this fine art print. Use the number buttons above to select your print option based on the descriptions below.
- Option 3. 20 x 20cm Print, Unmounted – £15.00
- Option 4. 20 x 20cm Print, Mounted to fit Frame Size 25.4 x 25.4cm (10” x 10”) – £20.00
- Option 5. 20 x 20cm Print, Mounted and Framed in Black, overall size 28.5 x 28.5cm – £30.00
- Option 6. 20 x 20cm Print, Mounted and Framed in White, overall size 28.5 x 28.5cm – £ 30.00
- Option 17. 31 x 31cm Print, Unmounted – £40.00
- Option 18. 31 x 31cm Print, Mounted to fit Frame Size 40 x 40cm – £45.00
- Option 19. 31 x 31cm Print, Mounted and Framed in White, overall size 43.2 x 43.2cm £60.00