The Places Series

Lining Up Through Clare Bridge

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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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