Sculpture, Original Works of Art & Limited Edition Prints 

Sandspit Beach Huts

by Paul Dolman

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Limited to 50 fine art limited edition prints + 5 artist proofs, 'Sandspit Beach Huts' is available either block mounted or block mounted and framed.

Printed on 400gsm fine weave fine art canvas, each print is individually signed and numbered by Paul and supplied with a certificate of authenticity.  

The prints are intended to accurately reflect the look and feel of the original painting. The canvas is bonded to white edged 6mm MDF and varnished.

The Block Mounted print is supplied temporarily mounted to a mountboard to protect the print edges and allow for browser display and is acetate wrapped.  

The framed print is bonded as described and mounted onto hand finished white painted board. The frame is not glazed. The combination of print varnish and quality furniture paint ensures the print is suitable for a light clean when necessary, as you would a traditional painting on canvas. The frame is a 4cm x 4cm square profile with a white wood grain finish. The 2cm deep frame rebate ensures the image surface sits well back from the front of the frame.  Supplied strung and ready to hang.


All dimensions are Height x Width and are approximate.

Image Size Finished Size
Block Mounted Print 13.0 x 100.0cm
13.0 x 100.0cm
Framed Print
35.0 x 121.0cm




Born in Debyshire, Paul moved with his parents to Devon where he collected a series of awards as a junior artist.  His first job was as a pottery designer and he quickly moved on to become an illustrator for the ‘South Devon Scene’, a local newspaper based in the internationally renowned art college Dartington Hall near Totnes, Devon 

Paul is passionate about painting and, in recent years, has moved towards oil and pastels, creating wonderfully atmospheric and vivid landscapes full of life and drama.

His technique is sophisticated and singular, providing great depth to his work that is continually evolving. His work has achieved international recognition for its quality, clarity, dramatic light and atmosphere.

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