The village of Selborne in Hampshire is known as the former home (now a museum) of the eighteenth century naturalist Gilbert White. It also has a rather splendid beech hanger (a hanger is a wood on a steep slope). I recently spent some lovely time in that hanger, and this is one of the beech trees that I encountered there.

Selborne Beech, ink on paper, £70

Selborne Beech

Ink on A3 paper, presented in a bevelled card mount to fit a 20 x 16″ frame




Media note: Noodler’s bulletproof black ink on Fabriano Accademia 120gsm acid-free paper.

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