Gwithian/Godrevy

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Gwithian/Godrevy travel poster and seaside print by Becky Bettesworth.

Becky Bettesworth's vintage style prints and posters are reminiscent of the 1930s railway travel posters. Gwithian forms part of the award-winning artist's Cornwall seaside collection.

The magnificent beach at Gwithian with a blast of Atlantic breeze is the perfect place for surfers and kite surfers. The constant swell coming in from the ocean provides good all-year-round conditions for surfers of all abilities. The colourful array on the beach of kites in the sky is always a wonderful view against the sand dunes tufted with wild grass.  At low tide, there is a vast amount of sand to enjoy and large areas of rock pools and caves are uncovered which are great for kids to explore.

Seals are a regular sight near the beach and the area is a breeding ground for colonies of seabirds such as guillemots, razorbills, and cormorants.  Godrevy Lighthouse just off the coast is a magnificent view from the beach. If you wander along the cliff top and sit you can see the seals diving in and out of the sea off the rocks at Godrevy.

"It simply is the most beautiful place where we love to visit as a family and we recommend a visit for a simply fabulous time." 



 

All framed artwork is made to order and not kept in stock. Framed orders take up to 10 -14 working days to be made and despatched.

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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