wreck of the Anne at Pett Level

wreck of the Anne at Pett Level

  • £205.00

A glimpse of the Anne a ship that was run aground in 1690 after being seriously damaged by the French navy in the Battle of Beachy Head. Her captain, John Tyrell ordered her to be burnt to prevent the French claiming her as their prize. It can only be spotted at extremely low tide when the sands have moved off it, which is a rare occurrence.

Photograph by David Purdie.

All the canvas prints are printed and assembled by David. They are signed and the edition number written in the margin of the print on the back. The limited edition prints form part of a maximum edition of 250 regardless of the size of each print in the edition. So there will only be a maximum of 250 signed, numbered prints.

Often we will have a canvas in stock on the wall at the gallery in which case we can send the print to you immediately. If it is not in stock manufacture can take up to 10 days, but is usually finished sooner. If you need a print quickly please call us before ordering to discuss it. 01797 226 937

Canvas prints are supplied ready to hang with a brass wire on the back. 

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