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140 Rainy Days

140 Rainy Days

By Sarah Connell

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‘140 Rainy Days’ shows a wet and rainy day in Manchester’s city centre. The grand facade of The Royal Exchange Theatre can be seen alongside the modern glass architecture of Marks & Spencers. Droplets cover the image's surface creating a vivid impression of being caught in a downpour.

The Royal Exchange Theatre sits at the heart of Manchester’s culturally vibrant city centre. It’s the North West’s largest and only full-time, text based producing theatre internationally renowned for commissioning, creating, and developing original and ambitious theatre.

The Theatre was built in the Classical style and boasts a unique in-the-round theatre space capable of seating an audience of up to 800 on three levels, making it the largest theatre in the round in the World.

Sarah Connell is a Manchester based artist who describes her artwork as focusing on light, atmosphere and colour. Through her work, she captures many of Manchester's most iconic scenes and landmarks. This painting makes the perfect addition to anyone's home whether based in Manchester or further afield.

Fine art quality print, hand trimmed and packed with care in Manchester, UK.


All Manchester Art Prints are made on heavyweight archival quality art paper, using giclée pigment inks. Prints are wrapped in archival packaging to ensure they arrive with you in perfect condition.

Shipping & Returns

Our standard production time for prints is 3 days before dispatch. Framed prints have a 10 day lead time prior to dispatch.


Prints and frames are individually sized according to the aspect ratio of the original artwork. However, all Manchester Art Prints are available in a selection of sizes - small, regular, medium and large. See individual products for their sizing options.

Handling Instructions

These are fine art prints and we advise handling them with care - avoid touching the printed surface where possible during handling.

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