“This is a giclée print of a grey & black silhouette of Cathedral Ruins in St Andrews. St Andrews Cathedral is a ruined Roman Catholic cathedral in St Andrews, Fife and is the largest church to have been built in Scotland. It was built in 1158 and became the centre of the Medieval Catholic Church in Scotland unitl the 16th-century Scottish Reformation. Even as a ruin, the cathedral remains a prominent landmark in St Andrews.
This striking Giclée map print is made in Scotland by outlining the Cathedral Ruins to create a silhouette & then layering it over a section of a beautiful vintage map.”
All items in our shop are created, printed and framed in our workshop near North Berwick, Scotland.
Our prints are all Giclée (pronounced zhe-clay), which is commonly thought to be the highest quality digital reproduction technique for fine art. We use archive quality Canon inks on textured Fine Art paper to ensure quality & longevity in our giclée prints.
– Image size 16.5 x 16.5cm with small border
– Paper – printed on high quality, textured 245gsm Dapple Fine Art paper
– Mount (if selected) – off-white, acid-free mount board
– Frame (if selected) – 20mm black, with a slightly brushed texture
– Printer – Canon 6450 24″ wide format printer with Canon’s 12-colour pigment inkjet system
– Your Print/ Mounted Print will be carefully placed in a cellophane sleeve before being shipped in a board-backed envelope
– Your Framed Print will be encased in a cardboard protector, carefully bubble-wrapped then finished in strong brown paper
– All items are shipped by Royal Mail (no tracking)
– We can ship internationally