These original Victorian plates were drawn by Alexander Francis Lydon (1836-1917),
and printed using coloured woodblocks, employing the Baxter process,
by Benjamin Fawcett (1808-1893) of Driffield, Yorkshire in the 1880's.
They are remarkable for their crisply registered printing and their beautiful colours.
There are an average of eight colours used in each print,
and this makes them almost like a watercolour in appearance.
Measuring c. 12" x 10", these prints have been mounted with professionally executed,
pale ivory conservation grade wash-lined mount,having a watercolour panel
of pale apple green. These take around seven days to arrive to a UK address.
We can also supply these products framed in a traditional dark walnut and gold frame.
The overall size of the framed article is around 15" x 13" and takes about 14 days to arrive.
All the prices shown on this site include postage and packing.
We accept payment via PayPal, Cheque or Postal Order.
Please be aware that, due to the nature of these products,
in reality the colours of these items may differ slightly to that shown on screen.
As we only have limited stock of these products,
please accept our apologies should an item you like be unavailable.