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'Grey Abbey' is a signed giclee print from an illustration by Mark Seaton.

It shows the ruins of Grey Abbey which was originally founded in 1193 by the wife of John de Courcy. It was used for parish worship until the 18th century.

The image is available in two sizes (cm) - 16 x 11.5, 36 x 26 framed or unframed and is printed on 192g archival paper using long life pigment inks. 

Frame Details: We use sustainable wooden frames and glass, not fibreboard and acrylic which typically you find in 'off the shelf' frames. Unlike acrylic, glass does not lose its clarity over time and can be easily and safely cleaned. We have been successfully shipping ready to hang frames containing glass since we opened in 2005. There are two finishes to choose from: black or white.

 

For frame details click the ‘View Frame Details’ link above.

 

Packaging Details: We go to great lengths to ensure that your purchase arrives in perfect condition. We only use sturdy cardboard postal tubes and double walled cardboard boxes. We use as much recycled and recyclable material as possible, including newspapers from our coffee shop, Coffee Yard, to pack our boxes.

 

Delivery Details: Unframed prints come flat packed. Place your order by 3pm for same day dispatch. Next day delivery is available at checkout. For full delivery information, including cost, click the ‘Delivery Information’ link above.

Additional Information
Artist Mark Seaton
Subject Ireland-North
Edition Of Not Applicable
Signed Yes
One Off No
Image Size Size Varies (cm) – 16 X 11.5 or 36 x 26 cm
Paper Size Size Varies (cm) – N/A or 42 x 30 cm
Mounted Size Size Varies (cm) – 30.5 x 26 or N/A cm
Framed Size Size Varies (cm) – 33.5 x 28.5 or 52.5 x 42.5 cm
Medium Giclee Print
Catalogue Number MS008_Conf

Grey Abbey

Mark Seaton
In stock
SKU
MS008_Conf
£20.00
£20.00
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Product Details

'Grey Abbey' is a signed giclee print from an illustration by Mark Seaton.

It shows the ruins of Grey Abbey which was originally founded in 1193 by the wife of John de Courcy. It was used for parish worship until the 18th century.

The image is available in two sizes (cm) - 16 x 11.5, 36 x 26 framed or unframed and is printed on 192g archival paper using long life pigment inks. 

Frame Details: We use sustainable wooden frames and glass, not fibreboard and acrylic which typically you find in 'off the shelf' frames. Unlike acrylic, glass does not lose its clarity over time and can be easily and safely cleaned. We have been successfully shipping ready to hang frames containing glass since we opened in 2005. There are two finishes to choose from: black or white.

 

For frame details click the ‘View Frame Details’ link above.

 

Packaging Details: We go to great lengths to ensure that your purchase arrives in perfect condition. We only use sturdy cardboard postal tubes and double walled cardboard boxes. We use as much recycled and recyclable material as possible, including newspapers from our coffee shop, Coffee Yard, to pack our boxes.

 

Delivery Details: Unframed prints come flat packed. Place your order by 3pm for same day dispatch. Next day delivery is available at checkout. For full delivery information, including cost, click the ‘Delivery Information’ link above.

Additional Information
Additional Information
Artist Mark Seaton
Subject Ireland-North
Edition Of Not Applicable
Signed Yes
One Off No
Size Size Varies (cm) – 16 X 11.5 or 36 x 26
Paper Size Size Varies (cm) – N/A or 42 x 30
Mounted Size Size Varies (cm) – 30.5 x 26 or N/A
Framed Size Size Varies (cm) – 33.5 x 28.5 or 52.5 x 42.5
Medium Giclee Print
Catalogue Number MS007