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The Lifeboat Art Print by Eric Ravilious

Vibrant and filled with summer colours this limited edition art print of 'The Lifeboat' by Eric Ravilious is one of our best selling artworks. During the Summer of 1938 Ravilious visited the Suffolk seaside town of Aldeburgh. There he painted a group of unusually vivid watercolours, including two studies of the town’s idiosyncratic bathing machines and this exuberant picture of a lifeboat. This Lifeboat, named the Abdy Beauclerk after a keen yachtsman who had died twenty years earlier, had been launched in May 1932 by Prince Albert. She went on to enjoy a long and distinguished career, carrying out the first rescue of World War II on 10 September 1939 and subsequently taking part in the Dunkirk. 'Aldeburgh Bathing Machines' is also available from our website as a limited edition fine art print. 


About Us:

We specialise in producing high quality reproduction prints of over fifty Eric Ravilious watercolours. Each is carefully proofed to ensure that they are as faithful to the original painting as possible and digitally printed using state of the art digital Giclee technology using hand-made archival papers and lightfast inks. Our in-house framing studio offers a high-quality bespoke framing service using environmentally sustainable oak and ash frames. Each print is produced in a Limited Edition of 650, hand numbered and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity. Other seaside-themed prints include Salt Marsh watercolour, Aldeburgh Bathing Machines and Newhaven Harbour available either framed or unframed according to preference. 

Lifeboat Print by Eric Ravilious

  • Paper Size: 67 x 59cm

    Image Size:  50 x 42cm

    Frame Size:  65 x 57cm (Approx)

    Print Details: Giclee Print on 310gsm Fine Art paper, hand-numbered, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

    Edition Size: Limited Edition Print run of 700

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