Cape Peron Cliffs

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Cape Peron Cliffs

Indulge in the sublime aesthetic of Karl Monaghan’s “Cape Peron Cliffs”, a quintessential piece of Midwest photography that masterfully encapsulates the intersection of the vivid Australian desert with the azure Indian Ocean. This stunning piece of landscape photography is a testament to Karl Monaghan’s keen eye for captivating contrasts and panoramic grandeur.

At the very edge of the Cape Peron Peninsula, the terrain transforms into an impressive facade of steep, red cliffs – a remarkable spectacle where the raw and rugged desert meets the tranquil blues of the Indian Ocean. The fiery red of the cliffs, a result of iron oxide-coated sandstone, provides a stark juxtaposition against the cool, calming hues of the ocean. This scene encapsulates the diverse, untamed beauty of Australian photography.

Cape Peron, named after the French naturalist François Péron, is a distinct landmark known for its stunning limestone cliffs and panoramic views. Historically, it has served as a site for public recreation and boasts an intriguing World War II history, adding a unique layer of depth to this photograph.

Printing Materials

Experience the exceptional artistry of our Karl Monaghan Fine Art Paper Prints, meticulously created on 320 gsm 100% Cotton rag paper. Among our printing material selection, you’ll find the esteemed Canson Edition Etching Rag, a prestigious art paper with a rich legacy spanning centuries, crafted by the renowned Arches paper manufacturers. By utilizing top-tier materials, we ensure the true vibrancy and authenticity of colors captured in this photograph. Moreover, with a longevity rating surpassing a century, this Australian landscape photography piece will remain an enduring treasure that withstands the test of time.

For those seeking a more impactful presentation, we take pride in presenting Karl Monaghan Canvas Prints. These extraordinary photography artworks are expertly crafted on archival Ilford Cotton blend Galicia Canvas, enhanced by archival Epson Ultra Chrome Inks. With a longevity rating exceeding 100 years, even under standard lighting conditions, these expansive canvas prints effortlessly infuse any space with a touch of natural elegance. Prepare to captivate art enthusiasts and leave a lasting impression with these exceptional Australian Canvas Prints.

This piece of photographic wall art is a gateway to an adventure, a slice of Western Australian history, and a testament to the beauty of its landscapes. It’s an invitation to experience the raw, natural beauty of Australia from your own home.

Available in the following sizes and formats;

Fine Art Paper Prints

  • S – 30cm on Longest edge
  • M – 40cm on the long edge
  • L – 60cm on Longest edge
  • XL – 100 cm on Longest Edge

Rectangle Canvas Prints

  • XS – 60cm on the longest edge plus mirror wrap
  • S – 100cm on the longest edge plus mirror wrap
  • M – 130cm on the longest edge plus mirror wrap
  • L – 160cm on the longest edge plus mirror wrap
  • XL – 200cm on the longest edge plus mirror wrap

Karl Monaghan’s “Cape Peron Cliffs” tells a narrative of Western Australia’s historical richness and geographical grandeur. Don’t miss the opportunity to own this beautiful landscape photography piece, which is a perfect addition to any art lover’s collection.

If your print risks potential exposure to UV light, UV protection can be added at a standard rate of $50 regardless of size ordered. *Only applies to Canvas Print options.

Shipping and Handling

All Karl Monaghan Fine Art Prints come with a certificate of authenticity. All items will be shipped using Australia Post, in standard tubes up to a maximum of 110cm long. Freight will be a standard fee of $49.95 which includes packing and sending.

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