Little Pigeon Island

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Little Pigeon Island

Feast your eyes on the breathtaking tableau that is “Little Pigeon Island”, an aerial ocean image of extraordinary beauty and depth, expertly captured by world-renowned landscape photographer, Karl Monaghan. Known for his enchanting art photography, Karl Monaghan’s prowess in the craft shines brightly in this piece, seamlessly marrying human invention with the boundless splendour of Australian landscape photography.

Famous for its sprawling jetties, Little Pigeon Island is a bewitching part of the Wallaby Group within the Abrolhos Islands. Its unique character and structure offer a fascinating juxtaposition between the human touch and the raw, undisturbed beauty of the Australian landscapes. This intriguing interplay forms the crux of this spectacular fine art photography print, as the intricate jetties seem to dance and twirl amidst the azure sea, providing an absorbing visual treat.

Printing Materials

Experience the meticulous artistry that goes into creating Karl Monaghan Fine Art Paper Prints, each carefully crafted on 320 gsm pure Cotton rag paper. Our collection proudly features the revered Canson Edition Etching Rag—a historically significant art paper, produced by the esteemed Arches paper manufacturers. With our commitment to using only the finest materials, we ensure that each photograph maintains its vivid, true-to-life colours. This particular piece, featuring a stunning Australian landscape, has a longevity rating that exceeds a century, promising to evolve into an ageless keepsake over time.

For those who seek a more substantial visual impact, we are thrilled to offer our Karl Monaghan Canvas Prints. These exceptional works of art are skillfully produced on archival Ilford Cotton blend Galicia Canvas, further enhanced by the use of archival Epson Ultra Chrome Inks. Designed to last well beyond a hundred years, even in standard lighting conditions, these expansive canvas prints bring a naturally sophisticated atmosphere to any room. Be prepared to enchant art connoisseurs and create a lasting impression with these incomparable Australian Canvas Prints.

Karl Monaghan’s keen eye for the evocative intertwining of human structures and natural wonders is reflected in this breathtaking work, a testament to the timeless allure of the Abrolhos Islands.

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

Purchasing “Little Pigeon Island” isn’t simply acquiring a stunning piece of photographic wall art; it is inviting a vibrant narrative of history, human impact, and natural beauty into your life. This picture speaks to the heart, drawing you into a captivating tale spun on a canvas of Australian landscapes photography. Bring home “Little Pigeon Island” today, and let your walls echo with the mesmerising tales of the Wallaby Group of islands, rendered in exquisite detail.

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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