A lively pointelist style painting of the breathtakingly unique gardens at Mount Stewart in County Down. The bedazzling banks of the seven acre lake abound with primulas, irises, and large-leafed gunneras and the paths, lined with rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias, lead to Tir N’an Òg (Land of the Ever Young). The waters reflect a full kaleidoscope of colours from the extraordinary scope of its plant collections.
One of the most unique and unusual gardens in the National Trust’s ownership – benefiting from the mild climate of the Ards Peninsula and the great planting artistry of Edith, Lady Londonderry.
An original acrylic painting, on deep stretched canvas – 1000 x 700 x 45 mm / 39 x 27½ x ¾ inches.