The ever-popular Sycamore Gap in Northumberland National Park makes a return with this sunset sky. Also known as Robin Hood's Tree after Kevin Costner made a visit on his way to Sherwood forest (!) It's situated on a famous stretch of Hadrian's Wall near Housteads Roman fort. I found a brick texture that was perfect for printing the wall. I called it "Anchored" because the tree both anchors the composition and has a sense of being firmly planted.

The original for this is a monotype, a unique printed painting. I use rollers and dabbers to spread out the ink then make marks with a cloth and other tools. I incorporate textured materials by impressing inked up wallpaper and fabric. There are several layers of colour working from light to dark.

This giclee reproduction is made to the highest standards on high quality paper. The accuracy of colour to the original is first rate.


Available framed, mounted or unmounted
If you can't select an option it's out of stock and will be back in soon.


Mounted option: it comes with an acid free soft white window mount and backing board. Cellophane wrapped and carefully flat-packed in a strong cardboard box. 
UK shipping £8


Framed option: The frame is solid oak, just beautiful natural wood 2cm (front) x 2cm (side) . It has an acid free soft white window mount. Ready to hang with d-rings and string attached. It is very well packed in a spacious box with padding all round. UK shipping £15


Unmounted option: It comes carefully flat packed in tissue and plastic in a strong box. UK shipping £8

Anchored giclée print