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Malvern in All Seasons
Photography by
Jan Sedlacek
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To order print (on canvas or framed)

1 - Please note name/number of the image, gallery it's located in, choose size and type of finish
(canvas or framed picture).

2
- Fill the following form with your enquiry including your contact details.

3 - And that's it. Your print will be ready within
3-5 working days.

 

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In case of postal delivery there will be cost of postage and packaging
added to the price.


Artwork can be also collected from our address or delivered within 10 miles around Malvern.

 


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Thin frame - 1.8mm

12x18 inch ................. £ 40
16x20 inch ................. £ 50
16x24 inch ................. £ 55
18x26 inch ................. £ 60
20x28 inch ................. £ 70

Deep frame - 3.8mm

12x18 inch ................. £ 45
16x20 inch ................. £ 55
16x24 inch ................. £ 60
18x26 inch ................. £ 70
20x28 inch ................. £ 80

 

 

 

Great Malvern originated as a spa village with Therpeutic qualities attributed to its springs. It was the Georgian fancy of taking the waters and later the Victorian popularity of the water cure that transformed Malvern into a spa town.

Malvern SunriseDoctors Gully and Wilson brought hydropathy - the water cure - from Austria and built the first water cure house in 1845. The growing influx of visitors necessitated accomodation, information and social recreation to rival such centres as Bath and Cheltenham. Although Malvern is no longer a spa town, many of the impressive building used for the water cure as still in use as public buildings.
The popularity of Great Malvern continued to grow even when the water cure had declined. The 20th century saw the start of Festivals held at the Winter Gardens celebrating the works of Edward Elgar and George Bernard Shaw in Malvern.

Today there is a new theatre complex on the site of the old Winter Gardens, the old Iron Age tracks leading to St Ann's well and onto the hills are still walked by visitors, and cars as well as people now traverse Belle Vue Terrace.

 

The delight of Great Malvern today is its unspoilt beauty with a glimse of past Victoriana, stunning views of the Severn Vally and exciting music and theatre.

 


Digitlight photographic services
Managing director & photographer Jan Sedlacek
+44 (0) 7849 756 564, jan@digitlight.co.uk
11 Malvern House, 35 Abbey Road, Malvern, Worcesterhire, WR14 3HG, United Kingdom