Richmond Bridge, Tasmania- Travel Tasmania Watercolour Print
When people (and emus) visit Tasmania, many make their way to see the historic town of Richmond, boasting the oldest stone span bridge in Australia, completed by convict labour in 1825. It was originally name Bigge's Bridge after Royal Commissioner, John Thomas Bigge, who recognised the need for the bridge in 1820. It is a picturesque part of Tasmania and a great place to feed ducks. The limited edition of the A-4 sized prints have SOLD out. It is still available in the larger sizes though.
This print is printed on William Turner 310gsm print version textured water colour paper, which retains the look and feel of water colour paintings. No wonder I have so many people ask me if the print is an original painting!
If you'd like an A-5 sized print (15cm x 21cm) $15.00, plus $5.00 postage, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like merchandise with this image (mugs, pillow cases and more), please visit Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/pjpaintings?asc=u and search: Patricia Hopwood-Wade.