This print is of the Pavilion Gardens in Brighton, England. It is printed with a pale emerald and richer yellowy brown ink. The garden has been replanted as it would have been around the time it was originally made in the 1820's.They were designed by John Nash as a picturesque pleasure ground for George IV. This print is a woodcut, it is made from two blocks of wood that have been cut, inked and then printed using a F.A.G. letterpress proofing press. It has been printed onto Zerkall cotton rag printmaking paper. This print is one of 140. The actual image size is approximately 3.81" x 3.81" (97mm x 97mm) The paper size is approximately 8.26" x 8.26" (210mm x 210mm) The print will come to you backed by greyboard, and wrapped in cellophane. Each print will vary slightly as they are all hand-printed.