The Stadelhorn is the highest and most prominent peak in the Reiter Alm mountain range on the Austro-German border. In some respects, it’s just another lumpy mountain (though much bigger than anything in the UK), but at the foot of the Stadelhorn on the Austrian side is the tiny village of Reith, where my mother grew up before leaving for England in the 1960s. This simple rendering of the summit is inspired by my love for the beautiful mountains and scenery of Land Salzburg. There are six colour variations.
A2 : 594mm x 420mm
A1 : 841mm x 594mm
This is a high-quality Giclée archival print, on heavyweight uncoated fine art paper (Hahnemühle Photo Rag).
The print is sold unframed and is posted rolled and wrapped in a heavyweight poster tube. In most cases, orders will be printed and shipped in the last week of each month. Please allow five working days for delivery from shipping date.
The poster price includes UK postage.