Bee is for Bicycle Cycling Print by Hugh Ribbans
Name - Bee is for Bicycle
Artist - Hugh Ribbans
Edition - Limited edition of just 50 prints
Technique/Medium - Hand printed linocuts on a C19th iron Columbian handpress
Printed on - Fabriano Rosapina paper 285 gsm
Size of Mount - 480mm x 345mm
Size of Image - 375mm x 275mm
Cycling Print Purchase / Delivery Options
Framed - Collection only. If we tried to send it to you the glass just wouldn’t survive the trip and would damage the print.
Mounted - Sent sandwiched between 2 sheets of hardboard for protection. Then just take it to be framed. Easy
Print Only - Sent rolled in a strong cardboard tube. Then just take it to be mounted and framed.
Print Only, Mounted, Framed (Collection Only)
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