This beautiful art print shows the historic Durham Cathedral in the northeast of England and would make the perfect addition to any home. Ideal for anyone proud to be from the region or who has visited and fallen in love with this amazing ancient city. As an added bonus the image was also created using a variation of the historic Cyanotype process in blue, white and gold for an added touch of historical nostalgia. Exclusive to Alchemi Art you won’t find this print in the big chain stores.
Durham Cathedral was started in 1093 and opened in 1133. Unlike many other Cathedrals, it is still in its original Romanesque style and is a World Heritage Site. Each year it attracts three-quarts of a million visitors from all over the world and is one of the most visited places in the UK. It stands high above the city and can be seen for miles around.
This Durham Cathedral Print is currently available to buy online in the A4 (with small white border) and 16×12″ (without border) sizes only. If you would like a different size then please contact me.
Mounted prints in various sizes are available on our stand at events only.
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You can have your order posted to you with shipping via Royal Mail.
Alternatively, you can collect in person and will find our Upcoming events listed on the homepage. Just decide which one you would like to visit then let me know in the ‘order notes’ section during checkout.
By choosing to buy from Alchemi Art you are choosing to buy something a little different to what you will find in the big chain store or mega commerce websites. You’ll get a print that stands out from others and also has a story behind it. All the artwork designs are created by me in my studio in County Durham so you’ll also be supporting a small local business.
I love working with the old Victorian photographic processes. One of my favourites is the cyanotype which has a distinctive blue and white colour. If you would like to learn more about the process then check out these articles here on the website. Cyanotype Art and the Cyanotype Process. How to make a cyanotype tutorial. Inspired by Anna Atkins.