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Photography: Digital, Color, C-type on Canvas, Paper.
Ancient Tree Inventory ID: 14888
What3Words Location: jetliner.singled.fetching
Public access: Yes
Species: English Oak (Quercus robur)
Girth: 9.27m (30.41ft)
Approximate age: circa 900 years
This is certainly the largest and probably the oldest English Oak in Sussex. Located at Petworth Park, it would have grown up during the Norman colonisation of Britain, when Petworth was owned by Henry I.
This photograph is part of an ongoing series, ‘The Old Ones’ which is a photographic record of the oldest and largest trees surviving in the English county of Sussex.
Available as open and limited edition prints. Limited editions are made on heavyweight (300gsm) cotton rag, fine art paper. Unframed, with a 2 inch wide, white border (border not included in the size shown), they are supplied in a tube for framing to your taste. One of a series of ten. Signed and dated by the artist and issued with a Certificate of Authentication.