The Fisherman Art Print
- SKU: DH02F
- Artist: David Haughton
- The Fisherman by David Haughton
- Portrait orientation
- Theme: Contemporary Coastal
- Hand Framed in Black Open Grain
- Large Framed Print Size: 660 x 890 mm - RRP £95.00
- Large Mounted Print Size: 640 x 860 mm - RRP £45.00
- Canvas Size: 640 x 900 mm - RRP £75.00
- Canvas Edges: White
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David has lived in Cornwall for almost all of his years and been lucky enough to enjoy its diverse and beautiful, wild Atlantic coastline. With his family he's spent countless days exploring the beaches, coves and rocky headlands along the north coast and the pretty fishing towns and idyllic estuaries that line the south coast. David grew up on the water, pottering about in boats and paddling out on surfboards in the summer months and in winter walking the coastal path being battered by cold, grey mizzle and the ferocious westerlies. It's weather like this that shapes the Cornish people and inspires the imagination.
As a young man David studied at Falmouth College of Art and then went on to gain a Degree in Fine Art at Liverpool University 89-92. He has worked as a website and graphic designer ever since. In the past few years he has also rediscovered a passion for photography and enjoy clambering about on cliff tops, moorlands and around harbours finding new ways to connect with the landscape.
David's images are influenced and connected by a love of the sea and the rugged Cornish coast, creating simple compositions with flattened perspectives and a pallete taken from the blues, greens and greys of this beautiful part of the world.
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