Bolter’s Bridge


One of a series of four pack-horse bridge paintings: At Hornblotton – horn-blowing- where travellers were warned if the river was too high to cross. Still used by riders, on the Monarch?s Way, a path following the escape route taken by Charles 1. I liked how the paving stones were laid to follow the bend in the old drover?s route.


Each image is digitally printed using archival, light-fast pigment inks on fine art pH neutral paper. Prints are professionally balanced to match the original painting in colour, tone and texture. Each print has a soft white mount and comes wrapped in cellophane. They are guaranteed to last at least 100 years under glass.

The painting is available as a limited edition reproduction print:

Small A4 (approx)