Brighton Beach Huts Sunset Print

£30.00£120.00

In 1789, George III gave royal approval to the new fashion for sea bathing by taking a medicinal dip in the sea at Weymouth, Dorset, from the prototype beach hut. The ‘hut’ was actually a room on wheels with a collapsible hood, which was drawn into the water by a horse. The King was then plunged naked into the sea by burly attendants called dippers. Later, the Victorians popularised the trend. The bathing machines remained in active use on English beaches until the 1890s, when they began to be parked on the beach. By the 1950s, beach huts were enjoying their heyday and the coast of Britain was ribboned by brightly coloured rows of them.

Signed Giclée – printed using the highest quality acid-free light-fast archival 300gsm Minuet Cotton Rag. This heavyweight etching board is velvety smooth with a fine surface texture and it is one of the most popular media worldwide for artwork and photography. Using pigment-based UltraChrome and Ultra Violet (UV) inks, the Giclée printing process ensures our prints have superior detail, colours and longevity.

Prints are made to order so please allow 5-6 working days for delivery. Framed not included.

A4 – 297x210mm              A2 – 420x594mm

A3 – 297x420mm             A1 – 840x594mm

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