Vale of Belvoir, Tasmania

Strong winds and a thick fog enveloped the Vale.

The Vale of Belvoir in northern Tasmania remains relatively unknown with it’s often bleak appearance, at least in comparison to Tassie’s better known landscapes.  It’s been used as grazing land over the last century or so and is now reserved primarily for the conservation of its unique grasslands, old-growth rainforest and at-risk species like the Tassie Devil and spotted-tail Quoll.   (2019)

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About the prints:

I personally print and sign all my work.  Prints are made on cotton fine art media with pigment inks.

  • Fine art print:  A fine art print on archival cotton rag.
  • Framed fine art print:  A fine Art Print mounted in a raw Australian Oak timber frame, with an archival off-white cotton rag mount.
  • Canvas print:  A print on high quality cotton, fine-art canvas, sprayed with a protective matte coating.  An additional mirrored edge is included for stretching over bars.
  • Stretched canvas:  A fine-art cotton canvas print, already stretched on a frame and ready to hang.

International orders:

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Timber frame, detail
John Hardiman
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