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One of many rather magical old objects found within the rambling interior of Kinloch Castle, this old cushion appears to be slowly dematerialising; as if it's almost absorbing the essence of the 'fading grandeur' all around.
Built on the Isle of Rum, off the West Coast of Scotland, by Lancashire industrialist George Bullough around 1897 , Kinloch Castle is an impressive testament to both money and ambition, and well worth a visit.
There is a ferry service out to the island from the village of Arisaig, just south of Mallaig, which will give you two to three hours on the island, before the return trip.
Worth checking the weather forecast and wind speeds too, as we had a rather 'exciting' return trip to the mainland aboard the fairly small ferry!
More information about the castle and the Isle of Rum can be found at: as well as other sites.
The print is unframed with an overall size of 50 x 40cms and an image size of 40 x 30cms. It will therefore fit perfectly into a standard (Ikea) 50 x 40cms frame, with a 39 x 29cms window mount opening.

Materials used:

Archival inks on Hahnemuhle 300gsm paper. The print is signed and numbered, as well as being mounted and framed and ready to hang.

An Old Cushion at Kinloch Castle, Isle of Rum, Scotland. (2013)


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This artwork is sold by Richard Pike from United Kingdom

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