Dead Man's Hill by Dominic Rouse

Dead Man's Hill by Dominic Rouse


  • Archival chromogenic print

  • FUJI Crystal Archive matt paper


    18” x 12” (45 x 30 cm) - 250 Prints

  • Hand-signed by the artist

  • Numbered gallery stamp

  • Certificate of Print Authenticity

  • Ships in a large PVC tube

  • FREE Worldwide shipping with tracking

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Dominic Rouse is an English photographer born in 1959. He started his career as a photojournalist in at the age of 16 and opened his first commercial studio ten years later. In 1996 he bought his first computer and started working digitally on personal projects, ending his association with the commercial/advertising world and commissioned work.

Redolent with nostalgia, 'Dead man's Hill' is one of the artist's early digital compositions which displays the strong influence of his advertising roots.

'Dead Man's Hill' is the name of the incline which the train is climbing as it approaches the little village station of Weybourne in the South East of England in the summer of 1999.

Each print is an impeccably crafted work of art on Fuji's beautiful  Crystal Archive paper.  The image area is 16" x 10" allowing a generous white border for matting and framing. The artist's hand-written signature is on the back in black ink.  The title and copyright details are noted underneath the image and a numbered ART + GRAFT imprimatur is stamped on the back of every print.


Paper Size 18" x 12" (45 x 30 cm) - Image Size 16" x 10"  (41 x 25 cm) - 250 prints

PLEASE NOTE - the edition number of the print you receive will not necessarily match the number of the print shown in the listing photographs.


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