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Artist James Green

Peterborough Cathedral Limited Edition Print

Peterborough Cathedral Limited Edition Print

Regular price £55.00 GBP
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From an original painting by Artist James Green

Peterborough Cathedral West Front Limited Edition print.

Each print is individually signed and numbered by the artist.

The picture will arrive beautifully presented with a double mount and hard MDF backing in a clear polly bag for a gift like appearance (not just rolled in a tube!)

We also offer a hassle free framing service, with a choice of 5 different mouldings.

The print run consists strictly of 600 copies worldwide.

Measurements:

Standard size mounted prints have a overall measurement of 20"x16" with the print itself measuring 16"x12". Standard size framed prints measure approximately 22"x18" depending on chosen moulding.

UK FREE Shipping

Shipping is free to anywhere in the UK on all items purchased from this website.

Framed prints are securely packed and dispatched via DPD next day service and are fully trackable.

Mounted prints, puzzles, mugs, coasters and greeting cards are dispatched via Evri.

Overseas orders

Should you wish to place an order for overseas then please contact us and we will work out the best shipping option and price for your destination.

Buyer is responsible for any custom or import fees.

PLEASE NOTE we do not offer the framing service for overseas orders, instead your print will be dispatched rolled in a strong postal tube (without the double mount) for safe delivery.

How quick will I receive my order?

You should receive your items within 2-5 working days of placing your order.

If there is a delay in processing your order then you will be notified.

Return policy

In the highly unlikely event you not 100% happy with your purchase, return your item within 14 days for a full refund.

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The Artist

James Green is a renowned railway and landscape painter. He achieves his detailed works by mixing acrylic ink and watercolour, slowly layering the paint in such a way to give to his paintings a distinctive realistic look.