Broughton was once an important market town, particularly for the woollen and cattle trades. Surviving from these days are the stocks for misbehavers, and the fish slabs nearby used to sell fish caught in the River Duddon.
Most of the houses are Georgian, including those in the elegant Square, set out in 1760 by John Gilpin Sawrey, the Lord of the Manor, who lived at Broughton Tower, a large mansion just a short distance from the Square.
Broughton Square, Cumbria
The A3 print size is approximately 15" x 10" and comes unmounted and unframed. The A3 size is a limited edition, signed print of which there will be 100. A4 and A5 prints are unsigned open editions.
My prints are produced with archival quality inks onto high quality fine art paper. Which ensures your prints are of the highest standards, will not fade in sunlight and will last for at least 75 -100 years.
These prints are becoming very popular and highly collectable; add this your collection or start it now.
Your print will be watermark free and you will receive the print in a sturdy photo tube.
Frame prints will be mounted and posted out with perspex to reduce the risk of damage.
If you have any questions I'll be happy to answer them. I also do custom pieces so please get in touch so we can discuss further.