I found this linocut while cleaning up the studio. I cut this nearly 20 years ago and put it to ink today again to see it anew. It was cut as a present to the family in no. 12 The Row, (the end cottage) who were moving away. I lived in number 2 at the time. The story goes that the top windows were all designed differently so that wives of the fishermen could light a candle in the window as a signal to husbands out in the water.