Gibraltar Dynamite displays the blast scar of a dynamite stick explosion, historically used to forge roads up the Rock of Gibraltar, enabling effective defence of this overseas UK territory, but also providing roads for cars and bikes. The Suffolk Regiment, historically based in Bury St. Edmunds, and for which the barracks are named after, were heavily involved in the formation of these roads and the effective defence of the territory and so forever connect this unique place with the county of Suffolk.
This artwork is printed on the indisputable Hanemhule Photorag 100% cotton fine art museum-grade paper. Giving a rich, succulent and velvety appearance, this paper is incredibly high calibre and gives excellent colour intensity and detail.
This artwork can be physically viewed, along with all other artworks within this collection, at the Shoulder of Mutton Pub in the village of Assington, Suffolk.
Off-the-wall refers to you purchasing this artwork directly from the wall at The Shoulder of Mutton
About the frame
A white smooth wooden box frame with visible wood grain.
25mm frame face width
40mm frame depth
26mm frame recess with spacers in situ
Acid-free conservation backing
MDF backing board to reverse with Flexi-tabs
Brown framing tape seal
Artist certification label
Exterior frame measurements
1000mm x 800mm
Frame aperture measurements
950mm x 760mm
Hahnemuhle Photorag 100% cotton fine art museum-grade paper. Mounted onto 2mm conservation card rigid substrate.
Artwork measures 762mm x 610mm