Bideford 'The Little White Town' Print by Jagos Art
Bideford 'The Little White Town' A4Print
This is a print of an illustration Justine drew from her own photograph of another gorgeous location in North Devon.
In Justines own words:
'My illustration of the Town of Bideford hopefully shows a little something of everything, the infamous long bridge, the buildings we all know well, the quay and not forgetting a glimpse of the Oldenburg, the passenger ferry which serves Lundy Island.'
'Bideford Town, known by locals as 'The Little White Town', a phrase used by Charles Kingsley when he wrote the book Westward Ho! The town was first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. The town became an important port in the 13th century going on to be the third largest port by the 16th century. The two sides of the water were connected by the long bridge shown which was built in 1474. Every arch on the bridge is a different size and gives the bridge its own uniqueness.’
- Frame shown is for illustrative purposes only
- All prints are signed by the artist and printed using Archival Matte Paper which is acid free.
- Please Note: Due to the fact that monitors often display colour, contrast and brightness differently, the print may appear slightly different to how it looks on your monitor.