This high-quality, large-format fine art calendar for 2018 features a selection of 12 of my recent watercolour paintings from 2017. It includes watercolour scenes from the Cumbrian Lake District, the Peak District plus a few from my imagination.

Each date box on the calendar is approx 35mm (approx 1.5 inches) wide by 25cm (1 inch approx) high giving you plenty of space in each box for you to write in all your important appointments. The calendar is printed on a high quality Matte Coated 235gsm Paper using high quality inks, is wire-bound with hanging hook and comes in its own resealable bag.

Each page features a high quality copy of one of my recent paintings size: 240mm (approx 9 inches) x 190mm (7 inches) with a monthly calendar below.

These calendars are a firm favourite with fans of my work and make fantastic Christmas presents for art lovers in general and they have even been known to be given as corporate gifts (discounts available for bulk orders just contact me for a quote).

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Calendar Size: A3 - 297mm x 420mm (approx 12″ x 16?”)

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Weight 0.5 kg


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