... it is of course not. I wish it would be :-)
This is Norton Conyers House, situated in North Yorkshire, few kilometres north of Ripon in Wensleydale.
It is said that Charlotte Brontë was inspired here as she was writing her novel 'Jane Eyre'. I was also inspired to paint something like this house (it is not a photography, so my imagination plays a role in this painting too).
This is a miniature painting, and its actual size may be much smaller than this one you see on your screen. I've coated the sturdy Strathmore Bristol board with thick (artist grade) acrylic paint and finally I've varnished the item.
The painting is mounted and framed. The frame of the painting, a shiny aluminium frame, allows it to stand on its own or to be hanged on a wall, by ballancing it on a hook (or a nail). There is no glass in front of the painting (no need for glass because the artwork is well varnished).
The framed size is 15.5 x 11 x 1 cm.
The painting comes with my certificate of authenticity.
illustration board, artist grade acrylic paints, varnish