Hambledon Hill above Shroton limited edition wood engraving

Hambledon Hill above Shroton limited edition wood engraving


Hambledon Hill is an Iron Age hillfort in north Dorset, known for its far-reaching views over the Blackmore Vale as well as its abundance of wildflowers. This beautiful wood engraving by Kath Littler leads the eye through many details, including the hill's unmistakable ramparts, the wide chalk path leading to the top and the village of Shroton lying at the bottom.


Mounted, unframed wood engraving.


Titled, signed and numbered, limited edition of 75.


Artwork size: 200 x 75mm

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  • Keeping it local

    Kath Littler worked as an art teacher and practising painter in various media throughout her career. After moving to Dorset in 1992, she became interested in printmaking and was a member of Poole Printmakers for many years. Then, in 2003, she re-met her lecturer from college, Peter Reddick, a prominent wood engraver and book illustrator. His beautifully-skilled engravings with their fluid rhythms and black and white contrast expressing drama in nature inspired her to take up the medium.

    Much of Kath's subject matter derives from the beauty of the landscape and coast. She prints her wood engravings by hand on a Victorian press and is a member of the Society of Wood Engravers, with whom she exhibits regularly.

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