Cirencester is the largest of the Cotswold towns and was the second biggest town in Britain during Roman times. Pheasants were introduced by the Romans and remain part of the regions living history. A pheasant was chosen to represent the town's smart character combined with its strong cultural presence.
30 x 50 cm mounted ready to frame
Giclee fine art print on 280gsm archival paper.
Each print has been finished with hand painted gold medium.
Mount and fine art paper are FSC certified.
All inks are archival and of highest lightfastness (permanence).