'Greyfriars Bobby Scene' is a Fine Art Giclee A5 Print from an original ink and watercolour drawing.
Printed on matt subtle-textured archival quality acid free (pH neutral) 310 gsm Fine Art Paper paper with archival inks.
Archival pigment inks offer fade-resistance for over 100 years.
More sizes are available, please get in touch if you'd like an A4 or an A3
Inspired by the most famous dog in Edinburgh and Scotland, I created a series of drawings dedicated to Greyfriars Bobby (1855 - 1872).
This print is created based on my original drawing depicting the bronze sculpture of Bobby overlooking the New North Free Church built in 1849 which was converted into a theatre in the 1970s as is now a student-run theatre.
Bobby is a famous Edinburgh skye terrier lived in the 19th century in Edinburgh and was known for being very faithful to his owner. So the real-size sculpture was commissioned by Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts in 1873 near Greyfriarks Kirk to commemorate this remarkable dog.
It's an open edition print.
The actual print sizes (excluding the mount) are:
A5 - 148 x 210 mm
A5 - comes with an off-white mount 10"x8" (25,4 x 22,32 cm), 1 inch wide with backing & sleeve.
Image © Yana Sweet