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Sunset Forth Road Bridge. 16 x 24 Canvas wrap
Sunset Forth Road Bridge. 16 x 24 inch canvas wrap.
The Forth Road Bridge, spanning the Firth of Forth and connecting Edinburgh to the historic county of Fife to the north, was first opened in 1964. At the time it was the longest suspension bridge in the World outside of the USA. In 2017, the newly constructed Queensferry Crossing bridge replaced it as the primary road crossing across the Firth, however it is still used by public transport, cyclists and pedestrians. I took this photograph just after sunset, on a glorious evening in February 2012. Scotland has a long and proud tradition of fine engineering, and this has always been one of my favourites.
Sharp, detailed canvas prints that last 100 years without fading. Printed onto bright 400gsm cotton, hand-stretched on heavy-duty 4cm-deep stretchers, your photos & art look compelling. Ready to hang.
Printed, using the giclée method, and advanced large-format printers print at 1440 dpi using a 10-colour pigment ink system, for smooth graduations, less bronzing, and an impressive colour range. The canvas used is tight-weave bright white 400gsm cotton canvas with a uniform, non-cracking surface. Prints are hand-stretched onto heavy duty 38mm-deep knotless solid kiln-dried fir stretcher bars from sustainable sources in Europe. Prints come with built-in corner wedges that make it easy to tighten the canvas. They arrive ready to hang, backed with brown framing tape and a flat hanging system that keeps your canvas lying perfectly against the wall.