This contemporary illustration is of Strangford Lough; the largest sea inlet in the British Isles. Covering 58 sq miles, it is almost totally enclosed by the Ards Peninsula. The lough relatively shallow at the northern end and is linked to the Irish Sea by a long narrow channel at its southeastern edge, meaning that when the tide is out most of the northern part of the lough is drained of water grounding all boats until the tide comes back in again. This print of Darren Lyttle's original artwork will bring a modern look to any room.
Prints are supplied in a clear cellophane bag. Framed prints are professionally mounted and framed in a black, charcoal, fawn, limed, nude, oak, stone, taupe or white wooden frame to complement the artwork. You can view frame colours here. An A4 Oak Picture Hanger is an alternative, inexpensive and contemporary way to display this print.
View all of Darren Lyttle's artwork here.
Picture Size: A4 - 21cm x 29.7cm approx.
Mounted & Framed size: 34cm x 44cm approx.