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Metal Print : Ragley Hall. Arrow nr. Alcester. 1999

Ragley Hall. Arrow nr. Alcester. 1999



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Ragley Hall. Arrow nr. Alcester. 1999

Neil Pugh
Birmingham Post and Mail Archive
Birmingham Post and Mail
Birmingham
West Midlands
England

Media ID 21556732

© Mirrorpix

Core77 Gardens Stately Home Trees 1999 Greenery


14"x11" (28x35cm) Metal Print

Bring the timeless beauty of Ragley Hall into your home with our Media Storehouse Metal Print of this iconic image by Neil Pugh from Memory Lane Prints. Captured in 1999 near Alcester, this metal print showcases Ragley Hall's grandeur and elegance in stunning detail. The high-quality metal print process ensures vibrant colors and sharp contrasts, while the sleek metal surface adds a modern and sophisticated touch to any decor. Preserve the memory of this historic landmark with this beautiful and durable piece of art.

Our Metal Prints feature rounded corners and rear fixings for easy wall mounting. Images are directly printed onto a lightweight, high quality 5mm thick, durable metallic surface for a vivid and vibrant finish. Available in 2 sizes, 28x35cm (14x11) and 50x40cm (20x16). The unique material is fade, moisture, chemical and scratch resistant to help ensure this art lasts a lifetime.

Made with durable metal and luxurious printing techniques, metal prints bring images to life and add a modern touch to any space

Estimated Product Size is 35.5cm x 27.9cm (14" x 11")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


Ragley Hall. Arrow nr. Alcester. 1999

EDITORS COMMENTS
captures the timeless beauty of this stately home nestled amidst lush greenery and majestic trees. This enchanting photograph, taken by Neil Pugh in the late 1990s, transports us to a bygone era where architectural marvels like Ragley Hall stood as testaments to grandeur and elegance. The image showcases the hall's exquisite architecture, with its intricate details and imposing presence evoking a sense of awe and admiration. The well-manicured gardens surrounding it add an element of serenity and tranquility to the scene, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in its natural splendor. As we gaze upon this print from Memory Lane Prints, we are transported back in time to an era when such stately homes were at the heart of British heritage. The photograph encapsulates the essence of 20th-century architecture while paying homage to Ragley Hall's rich history. Neil Pugh's keen eye for detail is evident in every aspect of this composition - from capturing the play of light on the building's facade to highlighting nature's harmonious coexistence with human-made structures. This print serves as a reminder that even amidst modern advancements, there is still immense value in preserving our architectural treasures and embracing their symbiotic relationship with nature. It beckons us to appreciate not only their aesthetic appeal but also their historical significance as guardians of our cultural legacy.

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