Wilder’s Folly in Berkshire shown against the sunset. The tower was built on a hill on the edge of Sulham Woods in 1769 by Henry Wilder as a symbol of his love for Joan Thyots. The follow was visible to both family homes.
LIMITED EDITION OF EACH print of 30 photographs numbered and signed across the back.
Each photograph will be available in 2 sizes (UK delivery in a tube)
Print size: 45.5 x 66cm Designed to comfortably fit into a mount of your choosing that will fit a standard A1 frame size (59.4 x 84.1cm) – £265
Print size: 33 x 51cm Designed to comfortably fit into a mount of your choosing that will fit a standard A2 frame size (42 x 59.4cm) – £199
The images show the artwork within a white mount to get a feel for how it will look when framed ( NOTE they DO NOT COME WITH A MOUNT.)