Stuart Roy Clarke has shot some of the most iconic photographs in English football over the past three decades. This scene was shot in 1990 at the County Ground, Northampton Town’s home until 1994. As a cricket venue dating back to 1885, the County Ground’s niceties weren’t always observed by the football fans. This is a 13 by 9 inch giclée print—which is a fancy way of saying that it was created using top quality Epson pigment inks on weighty semigloss Epson paper. American-made wood frames measure 19 by 13 inches and come with a coat of black paint and shatter-proof styrene in front for protection. Items ship from the United States, where they are made, but separately from magazine orders.
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