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Description

Taken on a clear, still, winters day this print captures the beautiful calm water of Howden Reservoir and clear sky that complimented the towers of Howden Dam. Part of the famous Dam Buster’s run, this structure and the almost identicalDerwent Dam below it were instrumental in training for Operation Chastise – the delivery of Barnes Wallace’s bouncing bombs. An iconic image of the Derbyshire Peak District set in the glorious High Peak.

This item is individually, professionally printed using the giclée process to ensure ultra-fine detail, a wide tonal range and long-lasting, photostable colour. Prints are normally supplied mounted but not framed up to A3 (420mm x 297mm) when shipped within the UK, outside the UK up to A4 (297mm x 210mm). Above these sizes prints are despatched unmounted and rolled in a postal tube. Some A3 prints are available as unmounted items if you prefer for a slightly lower cost for you to mount/frame yourself.

Other sizes than those listed are available on request.

Framed versions available on request.

Canvas prints of this image are available on request.

We also accept commissions.

 

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Size

Small Print (9" x 6"), Medium Print(A3 – 410mm x 291mm), Large Print (600mm x 400mm)

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