Oxcars Lighthouse, Firth of Forth, Scotland
Oxcars lighthouse, near the island of Inchcolm, was built in 1886 and designed by the Stevensons, famous lighthouse engineers who were responsible for several lighthouses in the surrounding area. It contains space for living and sleeping and was originally attended by keepers, though it was converted and automated as early as 1894.
This is an Open Edition print, meaning it is un-limited and un-signed. Open Edition prints are fulfilled by a renowned UK print lab and shipped directly to you from the lab.
All Open Edition prints feature a white border to aid handling and framing. The sizes given are for the overall paper size, not the printed image size. You are advised to measure the print once receiving it before committing to buying any frames or mounts.
Open Edition prints are available on a range of different paper types. C-type prints are digital prints produced on photographic paper. These are currently available in Lustre or Velvet finishes. Lustre is a semi-gloss paper with a soft reflective sheen. Velvet is a matt paper with a soft, smooth texture. Giclée prints are produced with ink printers onto archival fine art papers. Photo Rag giclée paper is a heavyweight, cotton-based matt paper that is a popular choice for photographic fine art prints.
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