West Pier at Brighton – Photography Print
This subtly manipulated image of the West Pier in Brighton by art photographer Cliff Kinch has a lovely painterly quality.
The pier fell into disrepair and eventually closed to the public in 1975; by 2003 the structure had suffered two disastrous fires by arson, leaving us with the skeletal remains we see today.
“I love watching the changeable weather, the more dramatic the better as Mother Nature sweeps the canvas and palette clean in the blink of an eye”.
Surround by the flat green fields of Oxfordshire, Cliff lives at perhaps one of the furthest points away from the coast anywhere in England.
The draw of the sea is always difficult to resist, so he’s particularly fond of Dorset’s Jurassic coast with its dramatic colours and cliff tops, as he is of Weston-Super-Mare and Brean for the sheer expanse of beach and the stunning sunsets sweeping across the Bristol Channel.
Each landscape photograph is printed individually onto Canon Pixma Premium Glossy paper for durability.
The prints come with a narrow white boarder and are available in either A4 or A3 sizes with the option of being supplied framed and mounted in a wood and Perspex-fronted frame as shown, ready for hanging.
Size : A4 Print 21 x 29.5 cm
Size : A3 Print 30 x 42 cm
Size : A4 Framed Print 37 x 47 cm
Size : A3 Framed Print 43 x 53 cm