By Lloyd Hopkinson
Created in a vintage travel poster style, this bold colourful image features Wastwater in the Lake District. Situated in Wasdale Valley, Wastwater is one of the deepest lakes in England at 260 feet deep. The image captures the vast 3 mile long lake and dramatic mountainous backdrop.
Produced by local Lake District artist Lloyd Hopkinson, recognized for his digital designs inspired by the railway posters of the 1920's and 30's.
Fine art quality print, hand trimmed and packed with care in the UK. The given print sizes include the white border around the image.
All Lake District Art Prints are made on heavyweight archival quality art paper, using giclée pigment inks. Prints are wrapped in archival packaging to ensure they arrive with you in perfect condition.
Our standard production time for prints is 3 days before dispatch. Framed prints have a 10 day lead time prior to dispatch.
Prints and frames are individually sized according to the aspect ratio of the original artwork. However, all Lake District Art Prints are available in a selection of sizes - small, regular, medium and large. See individual products for their sizing options.
These are fine art prints and we advise handling them with care - avoid touching the printed surface where possible during handling.
Size & Buying Guide
All prints on LakeDistrictArtPrints.com are produced to order within 3 working days, and shipped worldwide. Framed prints are made to order within 10 working days before being shipped.
Within the UK we provide 2 delivery options - tracked UK shipping with Royal Mail, or free delivery when spending over £60. International customers can order prints directly, but unfortunately are unable to order framed prints at this time. Please get in touch with us if you have any queries related to a delivery.
All prints on this site fall into four size categories; small, regular, medium and large. Where the artworks are 'A' sized, these correspond to A4, A3, A2 and A1. Where the prints are square or a bespoke size, the area of the print will correspond, where possible, to the print area of the respective A size. We have designed the following image to illustrate our size categories more clearly: