West Pier Brighton
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- Prints & Frames
Once a symbol of the Victorian obsession with the seaside, the West Pier at Brighton tragically caught fire in 2003 after many years of neglect. Its beautiful skeletal remains of the Pierhead is now all that is left, leaving a romantic silhouette out in the sea. This striking print captures the sunrise perfectly.
Matt Freestone is based photographer in the South East of England with a beautiful portfolio of photography of locations across the UK. Matt’s work captures a diversity of scenes from the calm of the countryside to the bustle of our towns and cities.
To see more of Matt’s photographic work, click here.
Beautiful photography deserves to be displayed on beautiful quality papers, mounts and frames. The vibrant colours of the photographer’s work are faithfully reproduced by the high pigment inks we use in all of our prints. These colourfast inks are guaranteed for 75 years for colour and 100 years for black and white. We print onto sumptuous heavy 315gsm 100% cotton museum quality paper, adding a quality of depth to the photography.
Our modern frames are crafted from quality well sourced solid hardwoods which will never bow with age. If you would prefer to have the photography framed yourself select the ‘no frame’ option, all prints are supplied in an extra thick 2200mic conservation standard mounts.
All of Picture Britain of prints and frames are bespoke and made by hand in Great Britain, please allow at least 7 days for dispatch.