Carnac I by William Day


 The famous English Victorian lithographic printers, William Day and Louis Haghe, created this fine lithograph of the extensive megalithic site of Carnac in France. Containing over ten thousand Neolithic standing stones, it is quite possibly the most prominent and extensive Neolithic menhir collections in the world. 

Digitally remastered, cleaned and stitched together this is the first time the complete image has appeared beyond it’s folded confines and is revealed in pristine quality. The original images size is around 300mm by 460 mm. Available on three different types of fine art paper in  A3 and A2 sizes, the high-resolution reproduction is  Giclée printed on all paper types using archival grade pigment inks.

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