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Original painting created on location at the ruined 14th century Carthusian priory, set in a delightful valley within the North York Moors National Park. Painted in mixed media (pen. ink, ink wash, watercolour and oil pastel) on quality Bockingford 300gsm acid-free paper. The painting is supplied un-mounted and un-framed and will be sent in a postal tube. FREE POSTAGE FOR UK BUYERS. Postage rates include Royal Mail Tracked & Signed service and compensation cover.

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'Mount Grace Priory' (2013)
Mixed-media painting
by Martin Williamson (cobbybrook)

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Original painting created on location at the ruined 14th century Carthusian priory, set in a delightful valley within the North York Moors National Park. Painted in mixed media (pen. ink, ink wash, watercolour and oil pastel) on quality Bockingford 300gsm acid-free paper. The painting is supplied un-mounted and un-framed and will be sent in a postal tube. FREE POSTAGE FOR UK BUYERS. Postage rates include Royal Mail Tracked & Signed service and compensation cover.

Tags:
#architecture #mixed media painting #history #heritage #historic building #ruined church 
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I am a painter of landscapes and buildings within the landscape. Human figures rarely, if ever, appear in my work - I am more interested in the marks left by... Read more

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