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The Pink Caravan giclee print, designed by Justine Haycox for Gateway Art Sales' Retro Caravans Collection, is fun and colourful showcasing a retro caravan from the 50s/60s era in pale pink with a green trim. The print is light-hearted and whimsical with a cartoon-like look. The bunting adds a happy, celebratory feel.

Caravaning is a quintessentially English summer holiday, which is still popular today. The pink caravan prink is sure to be loved by anyone who has experienced a caravan holiday or perhaps owns a caravan and still goes caravaning today! The print is also popular in babies' nurseries and children's rooms and with people who love all things retro style!

This print looks great a hallway, kitchen, office, bathroom and baby or kid's bedroom.  We think it will also look fabulous in an actual caravan! This is a beautiful gift to give.  Alternatively, why not treat yourself and add this lovely picture to your own home.

The pink caravan giclee print comes in an acid free, conservation quality, white core, ph neutral window mount with a high quality backing board for its protection.  It is ready for framing and being a standard size (12in x 16in) you have the choice of a custom-made frame or buying an off-the-shelf frame.

The collection comprises the same design in the following colours: green, blue, orange and purple. This print looks beautiful displayed on its own or with others from the same collection.  Pick your favourites!

Giclee art print made in the UK for quality assurance.

Insitu images for visual purposes only - not to scale.


Artist: Justine Haycox

Date of Release: April 2019

Medium: Giclee

Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm

Image Size: 195mm x 120mm

Window Mount Size: 305mm x 406mm

Ready for framing! 

Certificate of Authenticity


This design is also available in the following formats:

  • Original Painting (Framed, ready for you to display)
  • Greeting Cards


  • We use a British Fine Art Trade Guild accredited-printer for all of our fine art giclee open edition prints. The Guild sets standards for print publishing in order to protect the interests of the public and maintain confidence in the publishing of fine art.

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