Bamburgh

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Bamburgh travel poster and seaside print by Becky Bettesworth.

Becky was commissioned to create this artwork by the clothing giant Barbour to launch their Summer Clothing shop for 2020.  Barbour and Becky Bettesworth have a shared appreciation for the travel posters of the 1930s.  Barbour discovered the art prints of Becky Bettesworth and began following her on social media. Barbour believed Becky's vintage style seaside prints were perfectly suited to their values and aesthetic and they invited Becky to collaborate her artwork to assist in promoting their new range of clothing.  Sharing a passion for supporting small businesses and appreciating artists they decided to work together.  This is a joint venture by two British businesses that are rooted in nostalgia.

Bamburgh Castle is on the North East coast of England by the village of Bamburgh in Northumberland and is a Grade I listed building.  This majestic castle belongs to the Armstrong family and is open to the public. Set alongside the grassy dunes with a breathtaking view of the long deserted beach, ideal for families and dog walkers. Showing off the splendor of this sweeping beach and beautiful stretch of wild coastline and the sunrise is just fantastic.  

"I hope you love the artwork as much as I have loved creating it It is no surprise that it has been voted Britain's best beach by The Telegraph 2019." 


A4
Print 210mm x 297mm
White Wood Frame & Double Mount 417mm x 550mm

A2
Print 420mm x 594mm
White Wood Frame 500mm x 670mm
White Wood Frame & double mount 625mm x 800mm

A1
Print 594mm x 841mm
White Wood Frame & double mount 834mm x 1081mm

Meet the Artist
Becky's work draws inspiration from the classic railway posters of the 1930s. Her vintage seaside posters are modern and fresh, showing a place off at its best, without the fuss and rush of the modern world.
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