Salts Mill was built by Sir Titus Salt in 1853, and the present-day 1853 Gallery takes its name from the date of the building which houses it. The Mill and surrounding town of Saltaire was financed and built by the 19th century industrialist and philanthropist Sir Titus Salt after he observed other textile factories and was disappointed by the working conditions he saw there. This flayt graphic image captures the buildings detail in a minimalistic modern style.
This print is available to buy as individual sections unframed and unmounted in a limited edition of just 150. Each print is approximatelly 70cm long by 50cm high and together all three sections make an image 210cm long by 50cm high. Buy all three to frame and hang next to each other to create a really dramatic feature artwork.
Salts Mill Triptych
I use Giclee paper for this print (pronounced gee-clay) which is a fine art term describing quality prints made on large format inkjet printers.
Hahnemühle German Etching paper is a natural white, uncoated paper with a texture much like Tintoretto Gesso. It is acid-free, mould-made and is ideal for my graphic prints with their high level of detail.
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