Artist's description:

An autumnal tree scene from the Peak District, England. The location is Bole Hill Quarry, an abandoned stone quarry in the heart of the countryside near Hathersage. A rare morning where the mist was illuminated by the rising sun to create a near white blanket behind the trees as the bracken burned around my feet.

I felt the trees in this scene seemed to part either way presenting a route through the woodland but a route which was not yet walked and had appeared only recently despite the many years of nature invading this once industrial landscape.

Overall paper size is 18"x12" with the actual image size around 16.5" x 11".

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Guard of Honour (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Daniel Cook from United Kingdom

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