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Price £200.00

The character and differences in each tree make it a fascinating place to walk. Beech woodlands are beautiful, but I really do love how trees look planted in straight lines.

The strength of these old beech trees lining the road towards Kingston Lacy is hard to overlook. Despite the avenue being around 170 years old, many of the original trees still remain standing to this day. Originally 356 were planted each side of the then private road, one for each day of the year, along with one extra for leap years, planted on one side. 

It was during the reign of Queen Victoria and the time of the American Civil War, before cars had been invented, that they were planted. It's hard to comprehend the changes these trees have witnessed.

Location: Kingston Lacy, Dorset, UK

The Print

  • Edition of 15
  • Archival Giclee Print
  • Signed & Editioned
  • Certificate of Authenticity

Only when I am completely satisfied with the quality of the print will I sign and number it and complete the certificate of authenticity to signify my seal of approval. 

  • Ink: Canon Lucia Pro Pigment Inks
  • Printer: Canon imagePROGRAF PRO Series
  • Paper: Fotospeed Platinum Gloss Art Fibre 300


Platinum Gloss Art Fibre is a gorgeous, tactile, heavyweight 300gsm exhibition quality paper. The paper’s archival quality makes it an ideal selection for limited edition prints where rich contrasty tones are required. Although it’s name suggests gloss, the paper surface is reminiscent of traditional wet darkroom papers, rather than modern ultra-glossy modern papers.

The edition of 15 is divided between the 3 sizes.

  • 16x24" x 5
  • 24x36" x 5
  • 32x48" x 5