The Palm House by Deborah Hill


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This illustrative drawing is of The Palm House, Botanic Gardens, Belfast. This structure is one of the earliest examples of curvilinear cast iron glasshouses in the world. It was designed by Charles Lanyon and built by Richard Turner.

This print is available in A5 size and is mounted in an A4 pure white mount. It has been printed on Fotospeed Matt Ultra 240gsm Fine Art paper.

Deborah Hill was born and raised in Belfast and currently resides in Comber, County Down.

Deborah predominantly creates her art work and illustrations using an ipad and Photoshop. ‘Lockdown 2020’ gave Deborah the time and focus to concentrate on honing her skills in this medium which has resulted in this new collection of digital prints.

Deborah’s work predominantly, but not exclusively, focuses on Northern Irish Landmarks and the beauty and joy she sees in familiar places. She has created this new, and ever growing, collection of drawings as a celebration and appreciation of her home country.  A calm colour palette is used throughout these drawings as a sign of better times ahead.

Additional information

Weight0.05 kg
Dimensions29.7 × 21 cm



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