mv Capteyannis

€ 98,00

The remains of a Greek sugar-carrying vessel, the MV Captayannis, which sank in the river in 1974 amid fierce storms. On the evening of January 27, 1974, the sugar boat was moored at the Tail of the Bank – an anchorage in the upper Firth of Clyde north of Greenock – when high seas caused the vessel to drag her anchor.

This seems to be her new crew..

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Printed on professional baryta paper

Baryta is a special barium sulphate coating that is traditionally applied to a fibre photographic paper base prior to coating with the emulsion layers. The technical benefits of the Baryta layer include greater detail and definition, extended tonal range and excellent archival properties.

In addition, Baryta coated fibre papers have a unique look and feel which have become the standard for fine art photographers worldwide.

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30x45cm, 50x75cm, 60x90cm, 100x150cm

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