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Figure in Lincoln Cathedral
Limited Edition Print by Mike Heseltine

A Limited Edition signed print, framed in oak, supplied on A3 hand made paper with a weight of 40 gms (image size is 30cm by 22.5cm). The paper is from Nepal and is the inner bark of the Lokta bush. Each print is signed by the artist and the print run is limited to 1000. As the paper is hand made, each print is totally unique and will have different textures or marks produced by the paper making process. Please note that colours on screen may be very slightly different from the original print you will receive.

Lincoln cathedral, like so many cathedrals, has that timeless quality. I started to think about the many thousands of people who have passed through and passed away within the walls. Walking around, I was struck by the relationship of the vertical figures (living) and the horizontal figures of the past. The drawing above is based on a figure standing in front of the tomb of Bishop Fleming.

£170 including postage and packaging.

• Outer frame size is 49cm by 43cm.

• Image size is 30cm by 22.5cm.

• The artist has written in pencil the title of the print, his signature and the number of each unique edition.

• Glazed.

• Stunning oak frame included in sale

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• Order Processing will be done within 2-5 business days. Delivery by post from the UK will take 2 - 10 days depending on destination and the availability of frames.

• We will give you a refund or a replacement for purchased items you are not satisfied with and are returned to us. In the remote event that your package is lost or damaged upon arrival, please contact:

Mike Heseltine has been an artist for 35 years working and exhibiting in the UK. He has paintings in major collections including the Palace of Westminster. He is interested in Zen Buddhism which has begun to influence his style of drawing. The work has become less representational and replaced with simple semi abstract images created with pencil and charcoal. His inspiration is to explore spiritual awareness, mindfulness and being present in the moment. The subjects are all from personal experience and try to capture a simple thought, moment or experience which reflects the Buddhist philosophy.

There are no enlightened people, just enlightened activity

Shunryu Suzuki

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