This is a print of a watercolour painting of old tin mines in Cornwall. There are many of these around Cornwall, some more complete than others. They are perched precariously on the rugged cliffs of West Cornwall. From the pump engines on the cliffs the tunnels reached out under the sea and were filled with men hacking away at the rock by hand as the waves crashed above them. In this painting I have tried to capture a view from out at sea as the sun goes down, casting it's evening glow across the cliffs.
It measures 21 x 29.5 cm and is printed on Bockingford, acid free, archival paper. The print is supplied unmounted.