Portumna Bridge, Co. Galway - Giclée Print.
Delve into the architectural marvel of the Portumna Bridge, an engineering masterpiece conceived in 1909 by the esteemed London engineer, C. E. Stanier. This bridge, a hallmark of early 20th-century European engineering, stands out for its steel plate girder design, supported by robust cast-iron pillars, each an impressive nine feet in diameter. Its significance lies not only in its size but also in its intricate steel structure and the innovative pivoting swing section over the navigation channel, making it a subject of technical and engineering fascination.
This artistic representation of the Portumna Bridge is skillfully rendered using pigment ink fine liner pens combined with watercolor pencils and paint. The resulting image captures both the grandeur and intricate details of this engineering feat.
Offered as a limited edition print, this artwork is produced on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper, chosen for its quality and durability. The use of professional light-fast inks ensures that the print remains vibrant and true to the original colors for years to come.
Each print in this exclusive series is a collector's item, individually titled, numbered, and personally signed by the artist, Bernice Cooke. It's important to note that the print is sold unmounted and unframed, giving you the freedom to display it according to your preference. For safe shipping, the print is carefully rolled and sent in a postal tube.
While the accompanying photos are for reference, please be aware that the artistic creation and its rights are the sole property of Bernice Cooke ©2024. Purchasing this print does not grant the buyer any image reproduction rights.