White Cliffs

‘And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying,
And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying.

‘Sea Fever’ by John Masefield

Print Collection 2021

A celebration of the outstanding beauty of the chalk cliffs on the Sussex coast.


art print titled Seven Sisters Cliffs by artist alej ez

Seven Sisters Cliffs

A view of the chalk cliffs known as the ‘Seven Sisters’ as seen from Seaford Head.  This is possibly the most iconic view of the English coast and it is a landscape that invites us to spend time to stand and stare.

Panoramic print size 124 x 30,5 cm.

£180 from a limited edition series of 100

South Downs Way, Belle Tout Lighthouse Beachy Head

A view of the the picturesque Belle Tout Lighthouse on Beachy Head and in the distance the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and Seaford Head. Beachy Head, the highest point in the South East, commands one of the most scenic views of the South Downs National Park.

Panoramic print size 124 x 30.5 cm.

£180 from a limited edition series of 100

Art print titled Gateway to Seven Sisters Chalk Cliffs by artist alej ezGateway to Seven Sisters White Cliffs

A view from Seaford Head of the Seven Sisters cliffs in East Sussex  in the heart of the South Downs National Park. The coastal path leads to this gatepost where the remarkable view with its ethereal sea reflections and passing clouds opens out before you

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm

Prices from £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Seaford Head to Newhaven Walk

A view from Seaford Head looking West to the towns of Seaford, Newhaven, Brighton and Shoreham. The two figures walking down the slope are my partner and me during a walk on a clear winter afternoon

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm

Prices £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Seven Sisters Walk Cuckmere Haven

From the beach at Cuckmere Haven the chalk cliffs tower dramatically above. The exposed chalk has an otherworldly quality.  All sense of scale is lost until you spot figures walking on the coastal path above

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm

Prices £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Seaford Head, the Promenade and Fishing Boats

View Seaford Town, Seaford Head and the promenade with fishing boats

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm
Prices £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Seven Sisters Cliffs Walk Brass Point

Aerial perspective of Haven Brown Towards the East with Birling Gap and Belle Tout in the distance

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm

Prices £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Brighton Undercliff Walk

View of the Brighton undercliff walk towards Rottingdean.

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm

Prices £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Roedean School Brighton Chalk Cliffs

Aerial perspective view from the Brighton cliff top walk of Roedean School the path towards the undercliff walk and the Brighton Marina boats.

Print sizes: 30×30,  50×50 and 70×70 cm

Prices £48, £98 and £249

Each from a limited edition series of 100

Chalk Cliffs

The lush green chalk dry valleys meet the sea in a clean cut edge. And through the seasons and the constant passing weather this landscape, formed by ancient geological processes, is in constant change.

Afternoons in early spring, the sun stays low near the horizon, the light glimmers and bounces between the sea mist and the cliffs, a light that blinds the spectator, like antique stage limelights, to this grand nature amphitheater. The poet Emily Dickinson said that, there is a light, that when it comes, the landscape listens. And it is then that we feel a strong mystical connection to nature and the landscape, a revelation to the soul. It is this emotion, this moment, that I try to transcribe in my work

As early as 2011 I first created a series of views of the Seven Sisters. Over the years, I have been able to create much larger prints to evoke the sheer scale of the cliffs, whilst remaining true to my love for ink line drawings and the use of bold graphic colour.

This collection of prints is a result of the observation of the Sussex coastline and study of its flora and fauna and geology and topography. And I am conscious of images by Modern British artists such as Eric Slater and Arthur Ridgen Read who depicted these landscapes, albeit with completely different techniques.


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    25 thoughts on “White Cliffs. Art Print Collection 2021”

    1. Chalk Cliffs
      This is such an evocative series of prints; the Sussex coast – its chalk cliffs and pathways – find form in Alej’s gentle and specific perspective.
      I know this landscape well; the series is like a series of memories; walks taken on familiar ground with a new companion.
      For all lovers of landscape, the South Downs and the sea beyond.

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    2. I’ve recently visited Alejandro’s studio and I was mesmerised by his ‘chalk’ series inspired in part of the Sussex coastline landscape. This series brought to mind some traditional Japanese art that focuses on nature that as in Alejandro’s work feels both equally current and atemporal. I absolutely loved the feeling of composed action that his work displays, as if the pass of history is veiled by the serenity of the images.  I absolutely loved it.

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    3. These are amazing images – I love Sussex and these are like a visual poem to the Seven Sisters. Wow, quite beautiful. I can’t wait to see some, and will make an order for one of them which I really love. Best wishes to you with this collection, it is stunning!

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    4. After being shut away from the world for over a year it is such a joy to visit this exhibition, the images giving me freedom once again.
      I particularly enjoy , ‘Seven Sisters Cliffs Walk Brass Point’, always finding another little detail to enjoy.
      Congratulations

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    5. I love this serene collection summing up all that is best of the beautiful Sussex coastline. My favourite is the gateway to the Seven Sisters Chalk Cliffs, you can just walk through the gate into the blue, white and green. Delightful!

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    6. I have visited the United Kingdom on many occasions, beautiful cities like York, Edinburgh, Bath, Brighton, and thriving and active cities like Manchester, Glasgow and London. Now because of the pandemic I can’t travel, but when I remember those trips, what comes first to my memory are the walks along those white cliffs and green hills near Brighton. Your prints make me remember those wonderful moments.

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    7. Aptly named, The Seven Sisters lie languidly under clear, high clouds with soft rolling curves, green hair and gentle valleys. The light’s beauty’s there but he’s done more; he’s caught the feeling. Long, summer, dreamy days in an iconic, familiar landscape transformed and translucent by the artist’s eye; the landscape just comes to life with a figurative energy to match the keen observation. These images are everlasting.

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      • Thank you Carol.I have been studying the work by Eric Slater, Arthur Rigden Read, Stella Langdale, Donald Maxwell, and others. All Sussex artists from the beginning of the century. There is so much to learn and enjoy from the past.

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    8. Alejandro’s work majestically captures the bright intense shimmer of the chalk cliffs and rolling, deeply verdant hills, below dramatic languorous skies.

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    9. This is your best work to date. They are all quite wonderful so evocative, serene, an open window onto this iconic landscape you have captured beautifully, Alejandro you have set the bar very high indeed.

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    10. What a delightful collection! I especially love the Seven Sisters Cuckmere Haven print – Stunning! They really do capture the magnificence of the area!
      My son lives on Brunswick Square and I love the buildings – captured so well in your work.
      Wishing you every success for the future.

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    11. My work allows me the privilege of looking after an amazing art collection of old masters from the 17th to 19th centuries, but my private collection is completely contemporary, and Alejandro’s Chalk Collection is the most exquisite work I have yet come across, EVER!! You have achieved something incredibly special in your most recent works. Congratulations. Anyone owning a piece by this sensational artist will, for sure, treasure it always.

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    12. What a wonderful collection showing the iconic and beautiful scenery around the Seven Sisters; these views have been given a modern twist reminiscent of works by Eric Ravilious and Eric Slater. Also in the style that British Rail used promoting travel to East Sussex in the 1930’s. To me the Gateway to the Cliffs picture captured the spectacular views.

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    13. I am a huge fan of Alej’s art! The way he captures the beauty of Sussex is such a talent. Being able to have a piece of Brighton captured through the eye of alej is such a privilege. His work is so distinctive and it is an absolute pleasure to see his new pieces.

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    14. Alejandro, no conocía esta técnica y la verdad que me ha encantado. Sobre todo los trabajos de los dragones y los acantilados. Enhorabuena por tu trabajo

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    15. Evoking the iconic railway posters from the 1930s – Alejandro’s striking use of block colour and expert command of perspective – honed and crafted through his stunning cityscapes and studies of urban living – allows us to see this familiar coastline through new eyes. The shadows cast by unseen clouds, the tiny figures and buildings dwarfed by their surroundings, the way he captures the light at its most beautiful. Alejandro’s latest collection is as refreshing and bracing to look at as a walk along the clifftops themselves.

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    16. “Chalk” is an amazing collection – modern and fresh in style and yet evocative of memories and bringing a historical perspective of these ancient chalklands. We have really enjoyed looking at these works of art. The precision in form is exquisite but, interestingly, the atmosphere is not lost in that detailed form. No matter how many times we look at it, we can always find something new in the detail.

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    17. The Chalk Cliffs pictures present a spectacular panoramic vision – the clouds seem to tower above the landscapes…. these images have a wonderful luminosity – the light quality is stunning and quite ethereal in some cases… beautiful!

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