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Wilders Folly

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Wilders Folly - Sometimes also referred to as The Dovecot or Pigeon Tower, this folly sits on the outskirts of Reading near Sulham woods. Built in 1769 as a symbol of love between Henry Wilder and Joan Thoyts it stands as one of Reading's lesser know landmarks.

Printed on Unglazed Fine Art paper using archival quality inks to produce a Giclee style print. These prints can last in excess of 100 years.

Prints are made to order and will ship in approximately 5-7 days.

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After searching for some time to find someone who puts the same level of care into printing as I do in creating my images I am honoured to say MP Fine Art Printing will now be carrying out this task.

All images are printed by Daniel, founder and printer extraordinaire, onto archival fine art paper using pigment based inks to produce archival quality Giclee prints.

Digital Giclee prints can last over 100 years under optimum conditions whereas most traditional photographic prints will degrade considerably after 20 years.

The measurements given refer to the longest edge of the printed image as due to cropping to produce a specific aesthetic prints may not be 'standard' sizes. Prints have a 20mm white border.


We do not offer framed prints for online ordering as framing options are best discussed in person with your local picture framer.


MP Fine Art Printing are based in Culham, South Oxfordshire and can provide bespoke framing for anyone able to visit their premises to discuss their requirements.

All prints are supplied with a certificate of authenticity.

All images are subject to copyright. To license images please get in contact.

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