The Special Edition of 75 numbered and signed copies comes in a dark blue slipcase and with an exclusive signed print of your choice.
Click on the link above to see the selection of triptychs and single images you can choose from.
The triptychs measure 25 x 51 cm (10 x 20 inches) and will be sent separately from the book. The single image prints, 22.5 x 28 cm (9 x 11 inches), come in an archival sleeve attached within the book.
Built on a craggy offshore rock in 1859, Godrevy is one of Britain’s best loved lighthouses. Its beam reaches out over St Ives Bay, Cornwall, warning ships of a treacherous reef. It has figured in paintings by the artists based in St Ives since the 1880s and was the inspiration for Virginia Woolf’s 'To The Lighthouse', using memories from her childhood holidays in the area.
Taken in 2010-14, the photographs place the lighthouse in the context of its landscape and seascape, its geology and weathers.
The introductory essay by Jessica Mann and Charles Thomas, who have been involved with Godrevy for over half a century, describes the lighthouse's history and its place in literature and art.