Inch Abbey


Winter morning at Inch Abbey. This monastic site was once an island in the tidal marshes near the mouth of the Quoile. The extensive remains are of a Cistercian Abbey founded 1180 by John de Courcy. Set in a beautiful location, in certain lights and conditions the site has great ethereal beauty.


All images are hand-printed on the highest quality artist paper, mould-made from 100% cotton fibres, specially designed for fine art photography.
Supplied with mounts of acid-free, white-core quality and with conservation backing board, prints are signed and numbered by Patricia Pyne in a limited edition of fifty
Image approx. 16”x12” (400 x 300mm) Paper size 19”x13” (483 x 330mm)
Mount size: Landscape 575 mm x 490mm Portrait 475mm x 590mm