Scottish Landscape Photo Print of Still Loch Earn
Still also commonly known as the Mirror Man is a solitary figure standing at the head of a Loch Earn at St. Fillans, Scotland. Created by the Scottish Rob Mulholand the figure symbolises the physical and spiritual relationship between humans and the natural wilderness. The figure is in constant flux, the small panels that form the sculpture are being torn away with the prevailing wind, being re – shaped by the natural forces. It investigates the fundamental aspects of self-awareness and our connection with our environment.
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Each print is printed on Titanium Lustre Metallic Paper that has a beautiful pronounced textured silver resin coating finish which gives metallic sheen that glamour’s when the light catches it. Only the highest quality printer inks are used
41cm x 29cm
All prints are centred on A3+, which allows for a generous border for mounting and framing.
The print name and details will not appear on the delivered print, this maximises the subject print area.
41cm x 29cm = £45
All prices include free delivery to all European Union countries and an additional charge of £5 for non European Union countries.
All prints will be posted via Royal Mail and be securely packaged in a cardboard tube.
N. B. If you would like any of the prints in an alternative size please use the contact form for a bespoke price.