The Places Series
Lining Up Through Clare Bridge
Of all the bridges which cross the River Cam, in Cambridge, Clare
Bridge is the oldest and my personal favourite. In this image,
a group of "puntists" are propelling their punts and passengers
through the old central arch. Trying to capture the effect of the
strong sunlight on the water was a challenge which I enjoyed.
The original engraved block can be seen on this page.
Image size: 101 x 75 mm
Engraved and printed by the artist in an edition of 100
copies on Zerkall paper using a Vandercook proof press.
This image is © Andy English 1998 and must not be
reproduced without written permission from the artist.
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